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Old 01-13-2012, 07:28 PM   #16
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Tapered drywall edge along floor


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Originally Posted by tcleve4911 View Post
When I see this detail, I "Shim" the bottom with drywall screws set flush to the plane of the wall.
I install them about every foot or so and it holds the bottom of your baseboard out. This avoids having to cut and fasten little blocks everywhere.
Great tip, thanks for that!


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