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Old 03-26-2012, 12:53 PM   #1
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Put Vinyl flooring in RV - question on doghouse area

We got our RV done, had the carpet taken out and replaced with Vinyl flooring - really like it. Question is, there is a small gap now between the doghouse and the floor (I had read about this in other posts I can't find now and how they resolved that problem with Weather Stripping). Can anyone tell me how they did the weather stripping around the doghouse to make it appear flush with the floor (the way it looked with the carpet). Really need quick help as we are due to leave for a trip very soon.
Thanks to anyone, Darlene

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Old 03-26-2012, 04:24 PM   #2
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Darlene, I have not done it but I think I would get some matching hardwood such as ash or cherry and cut it to the size of the cover and brad it to the floor. You can put a nice edging with a router. If you don't have the tools no doubt there are woodworkers near you who would enjoy the challenge, or perhaps some student taking woodworking at a local high school. The heat from the engine won't harm it and it would look good.
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