bullnose corners and shoe molding
We had new oak floors and white baseboards installed for our remodel. there are gaps between the floor and the baseboards, some areas are 1/8 inch. we had decided to install shoe molding to cover them but our contractor claims that shoe molding can't be installed on bullnose corners. Is that correct? It seems like it would look odd to not have shoe molding around the corners.
Other option would be to scribe the baseboards but the contractor says they may look wavy afterwards. Any thoughts?