email@example.com (Frank L) wrote in message
I just finished doing crown molding in my bedroom, actually, and I was
faced with the same issue. I wound up scarfing the two ends together.
Its the first time I've installed molding that was longer than 8 feet
in length, so this was a new experience for me, as well. I did wind
up measuring my distances wrong, so cut the two pieces meant to be
scarfed, a little short. I found that I was able to place a small
filler piece of molding, made to fit the gap that I had mistakenly
created, into the gap. The angle of the scarf holds it in place.
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