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Trim Installation

Helpful Tips for Trim Work
  • A corner that measures exactly 90° will require miter cuts at 22.5°
  • The BullnoseBoss allows you to cut as many small corner pieces as you need at one time – because their width will always be consistent.
  • A hot glue gun works well to connect the small corner piece to the trim pieces on each side. (This eliminates the need for nails.)

How to Paint a Clean Line on a Bullnose or Rounded Corner

Helpful Tips for Painting a Clean Line on a Textured Surface

To prevent bleed through and achieve a clean transition line on textured surfaces, it may be necessary to "back paint" or seal the tape:

  1. After the lighter base color has dried, mark your transition line using the BullnoseBoss. (It is easier to apply a darker color over a lighter one.)
  2. Place a strip of painter's tape alongside the line you've drawn onto the corner.
    Press the tape firmly into place
  3. Using the same color of paint that is located beneath the tape – paint over the pencil line and against the tape edge. (Voids under the tape created by the uneven texture will be filled in with paint.)
  4. Once the "filler" paint is no longer tacky, paint over this edge using your second color. Remove the tape before the second color dries.