EverTrue moulding comes in a variety of types, such as crown moulding, chair rail moulding and base moulding. All of these types of mouldings are available in a wide range of styles to suit your personal taste. Contemporary, traditional and casual patterns can all be printed in the moulding. EverTrue moulding can also be made in the material of your choice, from soft woods, hard woods, MDF and polyurethane. With EverTrue mouldings you also have the option to choose a pre-finished moulding or one that you can paint or stain yourself.

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Step 1

Lay the drop cloth down in the area where you will be working. Be sure to cut and apply the finish to your moulding here so as not to get dust, paint or stain all over your house.

Step 2

Measure the area where you would like to put the moulding. Pieces of moulding will come in 8, 10 and 12 foot lengths. Be sure to select the length that is closest to what you need to avoid wasting any moulding.

Step 3

Cut the pieces of moulding with the miter saw according to the length of each wall. If anything, cut the pieces slightly longer, because if you cut them too short you will have to start over. If you are installing a chair rail, measure from the floor up to where the bottom of the chair hits and make a mark on each wall.

Step 4

Apply the stain or paint to the pieces of moulding before you apply them to the wall. This will prevent any of the stain or paint from getting on the wall and give you a clean look.

Step 5

Apply adhesive that is approved by EverTrue to the back of the pieces of moulding. Be sure to follow the directions on the package of adhesive. Press the sections of moulding onto the wall. If you are creating a chair rail, place a level on top of the moulding before pressing it onto the wall to make sure it is level.