I put an a large entry way addition on my house. it requires short runs of base trim with a bunch of angles. the problem is with the dry wall ,when they mudded it they used alot of mud on corners. Now when i put my 3/4 x 5 oak trim against the wall there is a big gap beind the trim. if it was smaller and thinner you could push it to the wall, but not this stuff. The walls are painted and sprayed the hardwood floors are in. All that is left is the trim.
Anyone have any ideas or tricks to solve my problem???
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