My client wants to put carpet down over his hardwood floors. (Yeah, I
know, he's an idiot.) As a first step, he wants the quarter-round removed
from the baseboard.
The quarter-round is glued on, not nailed. Arrrgh!
A good bit of it just popped off, since glue doesn't stick well to paint.
Where he hit bare wood with the glue, though, a big chunk of the baseboard
is coming off with the quarter-round. I stopped when the second chuck came
off, and I have to give him a recommendation.
Any suggestions how to proceed? I know the carpet will hide a good bit of
the damage, but I want to give him a good job. I guess I can fill it with
putty, but the carpet guys are coming next week, and I don't have forever.
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