This blog will briefly outline a recommended way to install Isocornice into your office or home.
Isocornice is an inexpensive way to bring value and beauty to your home and/or office space. Isocornice can add formal or casual elements, create new architectural interest, develop a sense of scale, incorporate and enhance pre-existing architectural features of any room.
The rights tools to start the job:
Isocornice product of choice
Notepad and pen
Large mitre box
Sharp knife or suitable cutting instrument
Spatula or flat knife
Good quality water based paint and paint brush
Damp sponge or cloth
Isocornice is an inexpensive way to bring value and beauty to your home and/or office space. Isocornice can add formal or casual elements; create new architectural interest; develop a sense of scale; incorporate and enhance pre-existing architectural features of any room. Choose from a range of options to fit every budget, from basic to lavish, and from traditional to modern styles.
Take measurements of your walls (add an extra 10% for cutting and wastage)
Cut to size using a large mitre box – set angles to 450 (see diagrams below)
Paint 2 coats with a quality water based paint prior to installation
Ensure all walls are clean and dust free
Apply Isoglue to areas that have contact with ceiling and wall (apply glue to butt joints as well)
Fill joints with Isoglue
Press cornice into position firmly and allow excess glue to squeeze out
Wipe excess glue off with a damp sponge or cloth
Use a spirit level to ensure cornice is level
Touch up with paint if necessary
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