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Old 10-30-2010, 10:19 PM   #1
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how to trim out bullnoise corners
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Old 10-30-2010, 11:08 PM   #2
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You mean rounded drywall corners?

Cut some pieces with 22 1/2 degree angles and pre-glue them into corners that you can mount onto the wall.
I've had luck using a dowel the same radius as the corner and elastic bands as clamps.
Wax paper on the dowel first so they don't stick.
Make 4 corners at a time.
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Kinda like this...
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I usually use a cork type trim. It is very flexible. Its very hard to find though...you have to call around to lumber stores. The box stores, at least in my area, do not stock it.
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Would the same 22 1/2 degree cut also apply to installing crown molding around a bullnose corner?
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To the original poster. If you use this method make sure you caulk the top of the baseboard to eliminate the shadow line.
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