Forum Title: Concave wall Crown Molding
Hey guys !! I have recently put in a tile floor and walls for a bathroom remodel and am being requested to put up replacement crown molding on the inside and outside of these bathrooms. I've done some crown before but one bathroom has a concave wall. When I put the crown up there is a 1/2 inch gap bowing in over the door. Now I know that this is because of framing and/or drywall installation, but this gap is only about 2 feet long. Should I replace this section of the wall or could I just use some mud to fill in this gap. Walls have been painted so they would want to save money by touching up over this small door area. Paint is flat, not eggshell, or satin. Question: Would a 1/2 inch mud fill be too thick and start cracking? Could I use fiberglass tape to strengthen the area? Thanks for suggestions !!
Category: Drywall Post By: MARTHA BAKER (Waltham, MA), 02/13/2018

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