Unfortunately, the majority of rooms in older homes aren't perfectly square. In this video demonstration of how to do a coped joint for a baseboard, learn why using a 45-degree angle on each corner may not work with a miter joint. See why a cope joint will provide a long-lasting, tight fit. 

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