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When you lay a new floor and you will finish it then you find that the corners in your house are not exact 90 degrees. With this method you can cut...
Bill of material: A piece of Letter or A4 format (used) paper with one straight edge. A pencil A ruler or other thing with parallel edges. if ...
Place the paper in the corner of the room one edge against the wall and the other end a little out of the wall
Use the ruler to draw a parallel line with the wall on the paper. By this way you transfer the corner on the paper.
Fold the paper from the intersection of the paper edge with the other side of the paper and you have divided the corner. Please take a look at the pi...
Lay your paper on the base shoe. The edge of the paper who touched the wall is against the edge of the base shoe now you can draw the diagonal (half ...
Mount the base shoe and you're ready.
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