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Hi all

We need to fit our kitchen worktops.

They are from ikea.

They are laminated with 3mm real oak wood. They are almost square but for a small chamfer at the edges.

Is the correct join a 10mm masons mitre?

Also the walls are, of course, out of square. Am i correct in thinking is best to scribe the worktops in to the contours of the walls? Or is it better to offset the mitre?

What are the tools required for each job -
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Scribe cutting

I would attach pictures taken on my tablet, however this forum is suggesting the pictures have too many pixels!


Many thanks for your time


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charliesdad wrote:
I would attach pictures taken on my tablet, however this forum is suggesting the pictures have too many pixels!


Then you need to make the pictures smaller. Have a read of my signature.

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No such thing as "Thou shalt put this wire here, Thou shalt put that wire there" .............Take a picture BEFORE you do the job.

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