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Old 09-28-2012, 07:59 PM   #15
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Amazon.com: CRL 1" Clear Plastic Daisy Rosettes by CR Laurence: Home Improvement
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Old 09-28-2012, 08:01 PM   #16
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Bob, can you spell your name backwards?
Yes, it's N-N-I-L-F NOT M-I-L-F
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What are these called?

They are called rosettes. I have seen a large quanity of these at Home Depot for five something. I had a few cracked/broken ones and my RV dealer gave me what I needed. Maybe a local RV dealer would have some. Bring one with you. I have seen clear and white ones. Get a few spares while you are at it. Guess I get the prize for the correct name!!If you have any contractor conne ctions they are commonly used for decoration between panel seams.
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Guess I get the prize for the correct name!!
NOPE, I beat you by 12 minutes. Sorry.
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Old 09-28-2012, 08:07 PM   #19
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Search HD for Rosettes. They have several of them.
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Just replace them all with these or paint them white and call it good.

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Actually I'll need some of these upholstery tacks too. Thanks

And thanks Bob, Sam and everyone for chiming in with "Rosettes" That's much better than plastic daisy washer thingys. LOL
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I believe the clear plastic rosettes are also used to hold mirrors on walls. At least that's where I remember seeing them in HD stores -- next to where I bought bathroom mirror hardware.
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If you don't want to pay $16 from Amazon, here are some for 26 cents each

CLEAR PLASTIC STAR ROSETTE MIRROR CLIP 1-1/8" DIAMETER
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I don't think I'd feel right asking for rosettes. Give me some of those plastic thingies, please.
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I just had couple of these break at the Hershey RV show. They were holding a vanity mirror to the back of the passenger side sun visor. Essentially, they just disintegrated. Likely from all the UV exposure through the windshield. I checked all the vendors at the show and no one had them. Since I really didn't like the look of the daisies anyway, I used a hole saw to make round cutouts from a convenient source of plastic. I used the discs to replace them completely. Looks better IMHO.

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Oh boy, when I first saw this thread I wondered how those things "washed" the ceiling! MUST HAVE MORNING COFFEE
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It is called a Washer. And that's what it does, it's a washer. Decrotative daisy washer.

But If you go to a home improvement store and tell them "Plastic daisy looking washer thingy" and they take you right to it.. Note the employee's name and next time you shop there (And you will shop there again) request!!! He knows his job.

True story: I went into a music store once and gave them a description of what I wanted that was way worse than "Plastic daisy looking washer thingy" and a man quickly proved that when it comes to classical music,, They know JACK (Goggin, that was his name, Jack Goggin). OH yes, found it on the first try he did too.

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See, see, see... Rosette my butt. Sissys ask for rosettes.
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See, see, see... Rosette my butt. Sissys ask for rosettes.
No need, your butt already has a rosette.
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