Baseboard Inside Corner
See how to cut perfect baseboard inside corners. Match up corners perfectly for very sharp clean looking trim. When you lay baseboard against a wall and see gaps between the top of the trim and the drywall, it’s usually because of a misaligned stud or a built-up ridge of taping compound over a joint. Both will create bulges that cause gaps. You’ll also find the problem at outside and inside corners, again caused by built-up taping compound. While you can scrape off small lumps with a putty knife, you can’t move studs or sand off the bulge of compound without creating a huge mess. It’s almost always easier to adjust the trim rather than to attempt any wall fixes. Bob from Home Remodel Workshop will guide you through the process of cutting baseboard inside corners in this how to video above.
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