So, I had this trim piece that was about 6″ too short. It’s in a semi-visible area so I didn’t want to do a butt-end joint or even a mitered joint. Well, I can always just go and buy a new trim piece. Let’s see, 6 feet at $0.83 per foot…
No way. Why spend *that* kind of money when I can do a little tongue and groove instead? That would make the trim piece exactly the length I want, and it would be perfectly straight along the edge I’m nailing it into.
Gosh, just a few quick cuts and a little bit of fitting and it pops right into place.
Put a little pin in there with some wood glue and it’s never coming apart now.
I just saved myself $4.98! Woo hoo!