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Old 06-17-2011, 09:45 AM   #1
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How is the quarter round cut to install at door, straight cut or angle cut? If angle what degree?

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I usually cut the quarter round at an angle when I come to a door or opening, (45 degree on both sides of the door)

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I cut on an angle too. I usually don't carry the angle all the way to the point of the corner. I leave a small flat equal to how much the door casing sticks out past the base. That way the angle should finish just about at the outer edge of your casing.
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