Re: How to cut a notch on kitchen cabinet crown moulding
By reveal, are you referring to the scribe molding that covers the gap between the cabinet and the wall? If so, put an extra long piece of crown in place and mark where the scribe touches it, then whittle away the material until you get the fit you want. The tools to use will be a handsaw and utility knife and/or wood chisel. Once you've got the notch fitting the way you like, then cut the crown to length and install it.
If you're referring to some other piece of trim, then you'll have to elaborate and if possible, provide a picture.
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