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Posted: 06/07/21 02:25pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

How do you keep this moulding in the slot? I have a couple of piece that came off and do not want to stay in. Brads? Glue?


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Posted: 06/07/21 03:43pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

It's best to just replace with new molding.
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I had this problem. When build, for some reason they put silicone in there to hold the molding in. When it needed replaced, I had to scrape all of the old silicone out of the grooves to get the new molding to stay in at road speeds. Talk about a pain in the butt.

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Normally, the silicone is only used at the ends and 90’s.

Edit: OP, do you mean the moulding that goes from carpet to linoleum and slips in a track?

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Quote:

Edit: OP, do you mean the moulding that goes from carpet to linoleum and slips in a track?


No, one is around the bathroom sink and the other around a small cabinet top

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Ahh, counter top edge molding. Use silicone and duct tape to hold it till dry.

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My "T" molding is held in place with small staples at the bottom edge.

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Oops, I was thinking the trim piece cover screws on outside of trailer.

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