Coping crown molding
I have little experience doing crown molding and do not have a lot of extra molding for this job. I have done coping before and was happy with it.
Most of what I have done was simple profiles in soft material and was being painted, so a bit of caulk was used.
I have a good miter saw, with a nice sharp blade and do ok with measuring the angles. This is a 60 degree corner, so the cope will be 30 degrees, if that makes a difference.
I am looking at this molding and thinking it may be difficult to work with? For inside corners might I be better to just miter them?? I only have 2 inside corners.
I have a friend who is a real trim carpenter but do not know the next time he will be in FL? May be a long wait.
Thanks JIm Master mistaker