- Mitre, hacksaw, wood moldings.
Today, there are many models of floor plinths , each of which has its own individual style and features.Basically these items can be presented in two variations: plastic and wooden baseboard moldings.For the joint angles in sets of plastic products provides for special items that allow you to mount design with no special handling angles.Wooden plinth (in most cases) do not provide for such amendments to the set and require manual adjustment at each corner of the dock.To properly gash angle plinth, you must perform the following steps.
Despite the fact that there is a corresponding handsaw tree, you do not need it - you have to "piece of work."Cutting corners w
ooden plinth would be more appropriate hacksaw.
To cut a perfect angle, you will also need a tool such as a miter box.Mark the plinth is necessary for you to read.Apply the product to the miter box and washed down the outside or the inner corner.It miter box will allow you to achieve the perfect angle of 45 degrees.You can also use this tool to work with decorative moldings.
Tip 2: How to cut ceiling moldings ceiling moldings
considered one of the most popular finishing materials.Skirting allows you to make the joint between the wall and the ceiling a neat and beautiful.Ceiling plinths can have different shapes, the relief pattern.Skirting boards are usually made of plaster, polyurethane and polystyrene.
- Stationery knife or construction, miter box, measuring instruments
Cut ceiling moldings recommend using a sharp knife.You can use a regular knife stationery.
The most difficult point in installing ceiling plinth considered it docked at the corners.To obtain a clean corner and a neat, use the special tool "Mitre" to determine the exact angle of the cut.Due to the fact that the flat angles of 90 degrees is not seen, the use miter box can not give the desired result, then we can use the method of "fitting".First, cut a plinth at 45 degrees, then you need to measure and adjust to it at the place of the second floor.
trimming and the subsequent bonding moldings best to start with the corners.Then simply insert plinth in the center of each side, and the latter the desired length, cut at right angles.
Pay particular attention to shear in the corners, so as not to cut off both of the plinth in the same direction.