Feb 22, 2012 ... If you need to install baseboard along a curved wall, use string to measure and
cut relief kerfs on the back of the stock so the baseboard will ...
Use a scrap piece of baseboard to adjust and test the depth of the cut. Stopping
the cut 1/8 inch from the top of the molding keeps the cuts, or kerfs, from being ...
Baseboards, for instance, are designed for ordinary straight walls. This does not
mean, though, that they can't be used on curved walls. You can bend a ...
Jun 26, 2009 ... We have kerfed the back but the moulding won't bend in a straight line, wants to
bend down because of the angle of the kerf. Species is ...
Oct 4, 2006 ... An alternative would be to kerf the back of the baseboard, cutting grooves across
the width on a quarter inch spacing, this would allow you to ...
Oct 29, 2008 ... I refinished the oak baseboard in our living room. Since the shoe ... Make a series
of parallel (kerf) cuts along the back of the shoe with a saw.
May 3, 2007 ... The third way is to saw lots of narrow vertical kerfs in the back of the ... there's a
bit more to it, like the fact that the face of the baseboard will ...
A kerf is the groove left by a saw cut. The kerf is about the same width as the saw
blade; it is the bane of novice carpenters who are puzzled when their boards ...
Make relief or "kerf" cuts into the back of the baseboard, if the trim is particularly
thick. Make these shallow cuts evenly but closely spaced on the backside of your
Jun 8, 2007 ... They told me that kerf edges are being used in upper end homes in So ... for
baseboards... somewhat elegant in its simplicity...but that's just me.