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Baseboard - Rounded 110* corner
Very frustrating wall in our house master bathroom that has a rounded wall, not straight. Unfortunately the baseboards I am using are very thick and impossible to bend, even after kerfing the backside.

Ended up making 22.5* and 25* cuts in three pieces to fit the bend angle. Finished it up with drywall putty and caulk.
After sanding and a coat of paint, little touch up work with caulk, it came out pretty good.
Ended up gluing the pieces together and using drywall putty to adhere it to the wall.
Had to make several different angle cuts, 22.5* and 25*....after an hour or so of fitting, I finally got it right. Started with the center piece and...
the previous builder use two thin pieces of baseboard and made a sharp angle. They sanded the wall down to a 110* angle. It didn't look right. I used...
cutting a sharp angle would look weird, it needed to be rounded to 'follow' the flow of the wall.
 
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