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Jojo

12:27PM | 08/08/00
Member Since: 08/07/00
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If round outside corners (round cornerbead) are installed (for aesthetics), what is typically used to fill the gap between the hardwood baseboard and the round wall corner?


ElectrcBil

07:46AM | 08/13/00
Member Since: 07/21/00
76 lifetime posts
I also have bullnose corner bead and ran into this problem. I just used caulking the same color as my wall to fill the gap.

ElectrcBil

07:46AM | 08/13/00
Member Since: 07/21/00
76 lifetime posts
I also have bullnose corner bead and ran into this problem. I just used caulking the same color as my wall to fill the gap.

twhit26

05:59AM | 09/02/00
Member Since: 09/01/00
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i have run into the same problem with the round corners. cut your baseboard that goes to the corner on a 22.5 degree angle. cut a piece of base approximately 7/8" to 1" with a 22.5 degree angle on both sides. so your corner will have a very small piece of base wrapping it. then you have a very small hole to caulk. it will look more like the base is wrapping the corner

[This message has been edited by twhit26 (edited September 03, 2000).]

[This message has been edited by twhit26 (edited September 03, 2000).]

mitch01

12:00PM | 06/02/01
Member Since: 06/01/01
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i am currently building a new house, and was delighted to find they do have round moulding, just for the rounded corners, it matches your bases exactly, so there is NO caulking. If you live near Foxworth Galbraith they ordered for me, as can any lumber store, I'm sure
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