Kitchen Crown Molding – First, add and Measurement Nailer. Add a piece 1 x 1-1 / 2 inches of wood called a nailer along the top edge of the cabinets. This will serve as your nail strip for your cabinets will not crack. Measure the length of each run of the nailer. Second, create base. With a miter saw, set at an angle of 45 degrees, cut pieces of molding type of motherboard to create an elevator, which will serve as a basis for crown molding.
Measure different angles to create angled cabinets measure. Third, riser attach to jackhammer. Apply wood glue to the elevator and attach it to the nailer with a pneumatic nail gun loaded with nails 1-1 / 2 inches. The lift should reach to the ceiling. Fourth, measure the stroke of each riser section. Measure the crown molding in the miter saw and mark with a pencil. Cut crown molding with the miter saw still set at a 45 degree angle, cut the cabinet kitchen crown molding length.
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Leaving the pencil mark on the molding after Cut a little heavy. You can trim if necessary. Attach Crown Molding. Last, give a glue on each molding. Place the crown molding at the top of the standpipe so it touches the roof and nail it in place for the elevator. Paint or stain your preference. Your cabinet kitchen crown molding installation finished.