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11-13-2015 03:16 PM

Topic tags/keywords: sheetrock trim corner piece question

I’m doing a bathroom remodel and had put trim up at the ceiling- one strip on the ceiling with another butted up against it on the wall. I had the corner pieces to keep the cuts square. However, I had gap between the wall and the corner piece big enough to throw a cat through. Filled the nail holes in the corners. I want to use trim only. Suggestions to deal with the funky corners are welcome.

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I’m having the same problem as you

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01-23-2023 05:42 AM

It sounds like you are facing a tricky situation with the corners of your bathroom remodel. buy cheap diamond rings It’s good that you have already filled the nail holes in the corners, but you may want to consider using trim to fill the gap between the wall and the corner piece. If you are looking for a way to keep the corners looking sharp and neat, trim is the way to go. Hopefully this suggestion will help you achieve the desired look for your bathroom remodel.

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05-25-2023 12:42 PM

I recently faced a similar challenge during my bathroom remodel. After installing trim at the ceiling with corner pieces, I encountered a noticeable gap between the wall Lab grown diamonds and the corner piece. To address this, I opted to use trim-only solutions. I would greatly appreciate any suggestions on how to handle these tricky corners effectively.

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