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Old 03-20-2017, 04:05 PM   #1
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Vinyl Moulding Strip

Who knows the best way of keeping the vinyl (or is it plastic) strip from coming out of its "track"? It happens at the point where it curves. I have to tuck it back in the track every so often. The photo below shows how it is suppose to be seated in. This is generally the point when there problem crops up on occasion.
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its a screw cover molding, can you push it up a bit into the corner? Or you could use a bit of Dicor under the molding to 'glue' it in place.
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its a screw cover molding, can you push it up a bit into the corner? Or you could use a bit of Dicor under the molding to 'glue' it in place.
I think it's in as far as it'll go. The Dicor idea sounds like it could work. For now, it's staying in.
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