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Posted by Pat on January 27th, 2003 07:26 PM
In reply to Install crown molding by jeffrey Young on January 27th, 2003 06:10 PM [Go to top of thread]

Funny to see this post, I just got done cutting my crown moldings for a bathroom. I wouldn't try it without a power miter saw. If you buy one make sure it can handle the height/width of your molding, there are limits. I'm coping the inside corners and a dremel tool works great to sand away the back of the molding for a tight fit. With crooked walls it's difficult to guarantee a nice 45 degree angle. My saw isn't a compound miter and it works great with the molding I have. I referenced a Home Depot Home Improvement 1-2-3 book and it gives some great tips.

Any suggestions out there on how to fill in the gaps between the ceiling and the molding? Unfortunately my ceiling isn't perfectly flat.

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