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Old 06-03-2019, 10:59 PM   #1
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Okay, I know how this sounds, but we’re having a problem with the trim strips popping loose at the bottom. I’ve tried glueing, but there’s no way to clamp it. Have any of you used a small finishing nail to secure these? Any suggestions are appreciated.
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I would go with a staple. The finishing nail may not have enough surface area. If it is in an area that it would be visible you can paint the top of the staple to help it blend in.
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Okay, I know how this sounds, but we’re having a problem with the trim strips popping loose at the bottom. I’ve tried glueing, but there’s no way to clamp it. Have any of you used a small finishing nail to secure these? Any suggestions are appreciated.


The molding appears to be to long,if you can remove it carefully trim it and rescuer it, clear silicon and masking tape works, I like to use pin nails.
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I agree with Stuart W. Trim too long.
An oscillating "Fein" flush cut saw makes this trim task easy.
Possibly a drywall razor blade if used carefully.

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