I'm pulling out my hair over the base trim of a curved wall. My trim is a 1"x6" pine board with a router line about 1" from the top. A separate 1" bullnose caps (just nailed) to the top of the board and a 1" base shoe is at the bottom. It looks really good throughout the house except on the curved wall. The trim carpenter cut the 1"x7" and the top bullnose in small 2 1/2" pieces to make the curve. No matter how I sand, fill, etc., each line shows when it's stained.
I think he could have possibly cut relief type lines in the back of the 1 x 7 and maybe made the curve. However, I don't know what he could have done with the 1" bullnose. He had the tiny pieces glued and nailed when I saw it for the first time.
The wall makes a 90 degree turn in about 7'.
I've also heard of soaking the boards and then bending them.
Does anyone have any suggestions.
Thanks so much.