How do you miter cut quarter-round molding?


To miter cut quarter round molding you will need a miter saw and a coping saw. You will need a measuring tape to measure the piece of molding that you need. Place the molding into the miter box. The rounded side should face you.
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1. Measure the wall with a measuring tape. Mark the quarter round molding with a pencil where you need to make the cut. Make sure to note whether the cut is an inside corner or outside
Although it would be good to have wainscoting tool kit, you can also just cut a scrap of the paneling (about 2inches high by 12 inches long) and rest the cap molding on top. When
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How to Cut Quarter Round Molding With a Miter Saw
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