Best way to fill gaps in scribed skirting joints.

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Hi.

Just a quick question.

What is the best thing to use to fill in small gaps left in the internal corners of new skirting boards?

I have fitted the MDF skirting boards myself, so there are gaps of about 1-2 mm due to inaccurate scribing.

What do you recon? Caulk, wood filler?

Thanks,

Matt
 
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Flexible caulk. With a very small cut in the nozzle, start at the floor and pull up in one run. Wood filler is likely to crack and open up - only takes a piece of furniture to knock into it to flex the skirting enough to crack the filler.
 

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