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michaelsep

05:57PM | 05/31/03
Member Since: 05/30/03
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I am installing a white ice beaded wainscoting that I purchased from ***** . I am having a few problems and I don't know how to fix them. Here is what the room looks like now. There are already chair rails and baseboards installed in the room (I did not put these up). I have taken off all of the switchplates and I think I am ready to go.
Problem #1:
I have already cut holes for the outlets in one of my boards, but when I tried to place the switchplate back on there the outlet was too far into the wall and I could not screw on the plate. Do I need to unscrew the plugs from the outlet box and then cut my hole smaller in the wainscoting so that the plugs screw threw the wainscoting allowing the switchplate to attach normally?
Problem #2:
A corner of one of the two boards that I have managed to put up is not being held on by the nails. It is bowing out from the wall. Do I need to get some type of glue for this to make it stick?
Problem #3:
I have about a 3/16 inch gap between the top of the wainscoting and the chair rail. This is way to big of a gap to fill with caulk. How do I cover this gap. All of my boards were precut at ***** according to my measurements. Unfortunatly I only measured the height of one area from top of baseboard to bottom of chair rail and it is not the same measurement all the way around the room. Anyway how can I fill this gap? Can I use some kind of small molding or what?
I think that is all for my questions. Please help me!!! I am doing this for our baby room and this is our first child. I hope I havn't bitten off more that I can chew. Thanks in advance for the help.
Sincerely,
Michael Sepulveda




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