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Crown Molding Cutting Video

Installing crown molding is a pretty tough job. One of the hardest jobs is getting the crown molding cut so that the miter joints are tight. Here is a neat trick that will save you time.

Cut two little test miters from some scrap crown molding. Cut them at a precise 45 degree angle. Slide these two pieces in the corner and see how they match. If they meet with no gap, you have a perfect 90 degree corner. If there is a gap, you will have to adjust your cut. A few test cuts will help you figure out the proper angle to cut the molding.

Using scrap lumber and sample cuts, will help your crown molding installation go smoothly.

If you REALLY want to discover how to install Crown Molding, you need my Crown Molding eBook or Installing Crown Molding DVD..

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