A quick and inexpensive way to add character to a home especially since I plan to sell my home in the near future. Easily affixes to wall, a little caulking/fill to clean up seams and paint and in a couple of hours I had crown molding in my main living room. Can be easily removed, also, without hurting ceiling or walls.
This wide crown molding requires a compound miter saw to cut it flat as it is too tall for most miter saws. It is essential that the angles are measured properly to get proper miters using the BOSCH Angle Finder DAF 220. Most importantly you need to know the spring angle of the crown. This spring is 60 degrees and not the typical 38, 45, or 50. It would be best to check each piece to make sure of the proper spring. Then use the following website to determine the miter and bevel settings for each corner. http://www.altereagle.com/5_How_to_insta.html
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