Installing trim with perfect miters isn't as difficult as you might think. When the gap is open on the face of your trim, no matter how many times you cut it, it probably needs to be back cut or slightly beveled back so just the front edge of the trim hits together. This simple tip is easily accomplished and your trim will look professionally installed! See how to back cut trim with two different methods using your miter saw.

 

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