trim in laundry room


Old 08-23-05, 07:09 AM
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trim in laundry room

Ok, hate to sound like a total girl, but I am tired of waiting for hubby to finish trimming the floor in the laundry room. I think Ive mastered the caulking part (I read up on that ina different area). The trim is layed out ready to be nailed except for one corner. My question, if I bought a miter box and saw how would I know what angle to use. Sorry to sound so ignorant, just really frustrated with unfinished projects and am going to do it myself. The corner I am refering too, actually does not look that bad the way it is. Please, someone advise!! Thx Em
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Old 08-23-05, 09:52 AM
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Most wall angles are 90`, you devide that in half - 45` as it takes 2 pieces to do either an inside or outside corner.
Old 08-24-05, 08:15 AM
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Thanks Mark, that sounds reasonable. The trim strips are already cut to length so this should be easy. Em

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