Changing colors around bullnose corner


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Old 03-30-05, 01:48 PM
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Changing colors around bullnose corner

We are painting our kitchen red (yes, I know - difficult) and our adjacent living room a mocha. Our problem is how, and where to change the color around our bullnose corners - we also have textured walls adding to the difficulty.

Does anyone have any ideas - thanks for any input.
 
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Old 03-30-05, 04:52 PM
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Easiest fix, go dead in the middle of the bullnose. How to achieve this? Easy.

Go to a builders supply store, and get a piece of plastic bullnose corner bead. Either buy a full length, or better yet, ask for just a 6" scrap. Take a small finishing nail, and heat it up with a lighter. Either melt a small hole or slit in the middle of the corner bead. Put a pencil tip in the hole/slit, and run the bead around the bullnose. It will scribe a line to paint to.
 
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Thanks for the tip - it sounds like a really good idea!
 
 

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