Yahbut, what I forgot to tell you was what you'll find when
mitering straight trim into curved trim. No matter if it's
Klise or anything else. Anyway, you will work at it a bit
to come up with the proper angle and when you are done you
will chop both pieces. You will then push the one up to the
other and it will be off ever so slightly but noticeable to
You will say. But it's not your fault nor is it a case of
one profile not matching the other. No. What you didn't
realize is, when a straight is mitering into a curve the
actual miter isn't a straight line. It's actually an arc
fitting into an arc. To pull it off successfully you're
straight piece should be convex on the end and your radius
Now, with the Klise molding, with it being only 3/8"ish
wide, you can go ahead and miter. Then all you have to do
is use a wee bit of sandpaper to feather in the two
profiles. Where the above gets you into big trouble is with
wider profiles and crowns like you would see atop a clock or
casing on a Palidian window.
Like I said, a wee bit of sandpaper and no you didn't screw
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