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Next attach the backer board to the top of the beadboard, once again making sure the board is level. For corners use a miter saw or miter box to cut 45-degree angles on the ends that meet in the corner. You can also use the miter saw or box for a more finished look on the ends.

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Next attach the backer board to the top of the beadboard, once again making sure the board is level. For corners use a miter saw or miter box to cut 45-degree angles on the ends that meet in the corner. You can also use the miter saw or box for a more finished look on the ends.
redbrickmatt added this to redbrickmatt's Ideas
July 6, 2013
For small downstairs toilet
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July 3, 2013
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