fixing baseboard to drywall (concrete behind)


hi. i'm putting some baseboard around a basement room. in some areas there are studs behind the drywall. in other areas there is concrete behind the drywall. so i'm trying to figure out how to fix the baseboard to these areas.
where there are studs i use a finishing nail gun, hold the baseboard in place and fire. this works great because the drywall isn't always perfectly straight and the floor isn't always perfectly flat. it allows me to bend the baseboard slightly if need be.
anyway, i also need something that looks ok since i'm not painting the baseboard (its natural wood).
i can't think of a way to do this. anyone?
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cporro wrote:

Ramset or concrete nails , or drill and expansion plug in the concrete.
Easier might be construction adhesive .
If the drywall on the concrete wall is on furring strips just nail into that.
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That tube of panel cement will work just fine for the concrete. There really should be a plate where the studs sit.
On 17 Dec 2006 23:16:36 -0800, snipped-for-privacy@yahoo.com wrote:

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