I removed the wainscoting in my dining room including the base moulding. I finished the walls and resanded and restained all the old moulding that I was SOOOO careful removing from the wall. I forgot to calculate the 1/4"
thickness difference of the paneling that is now removed, and now most of the moulding doesn't fit. I don't have a compound mitre saw (I want one very badly though), so how can I cut those 22 1/2* and 30* angles for my bay window without renting a power mitre? Is there another way? Thanks.
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