A Coping Saw is the Ideal Tool for Making Perfect Inside Corners when Installing Baseboard Trim or Molding
By Mark J. Donovan
In this video, Mark Donovan of HomeAdditionPlus.com shows how to cope an inside corner when installing baseboard trim, and using a miter saw and coping saw.
Most inside corners are not perfectly 90 degrees. Consequently if you simply cut two pieces of baseboard trim at 45 degree angles and expect to get a perfect inside joint you’re going to be sadly disappointed.
After making the coped cut, place the trim board into place up against the adjacent wall. You should observe that by making this type of coping cut you will have created the perfect 90 degree inside corner.
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- How to Make a Perfectly Square 90 Degree Cut Video
- How to Make the Perfect Miter Cut Video
- How to Cut Inside Corners on Baseboard Trim Video
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