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How Do You Cut Corners In Crown Molding?

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How Do You Cut Corners In Crown Molding?

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Take a gander at some crown molding. good. now follow it to its end. You are sure to find a beautifully mitered end. These astonishing angular cuts look hard but are super simple. Let me tell you how! Measure the distance on the wall that you want to put the crown molding up on. This is done by taking the measuring tape from one end of the molding board and pulling it along the length of the board until you reach the desired length. At this point mark the board. Take the piece of molding over to your miter box and place it in. The mark you just made should be placed in line with the 0 position in the box. The finished side of the trim should be facing you. If you will be making an inside corner cut ( aka your board are running into the corner of a room) you will make a 45 degree cut by turning the end of the saw to the left and drawing the back part of the saw (where the handle is) to the right. Always double check that your cut will not be made too short, if your all lined up and read

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