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Old 10-14-2015, 06:42 AM   #1
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Aluminum counter/table edges

Anybody here remember back in the 50ís and 60ís the Formica surfaced counters and tables often had aluminum edges held on by small round headed nails placed at 6Ē intervals. Iíve searched the internet for replacement aluminum edges and canít find any (possibly because I donít know what said edges are specifically called). Does anyone here know who sells them?

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Extruded retro table edging, Eagle Mouldings,Extude-A-Trim, and more...Google.

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Thank you DennisK59, as luck would have it all the counter tops I want to edge are 1" thick while the moldings I'm seeing are 7/8". But not too fret, at least you've given me an excellent starting point. Having owned a few 1950's British sports cars and motorcycles way back in the late 1960's I learned early on that what you need is always out there... somewhere!

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