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Old 12-15-2014, 03:48 PM   #1
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T Moulding and Edgebanding trim

I am wanting to change out the Edgebanding trim on the counters and table, and good thoughts or recommendations where you can buy it? I've seen some places online but you have to buy in bulk and in a 19' it won't take that much. I also emailed Airstream and they don't sell it. I'm thinking a wood grain black or grey to compliment the new floors. Thanks for your help! Click image for larger version

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I would check the local Yellow Pages for a kitchen cabinetmaker in your area. He may have some extra stock he'd be willing to sell you.
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Old 12-15-2014, 04:39 PM   #4
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Thanks! I'll check it out. I just have never liked the "oak" look and now with the black/grey floor it stands out a bit.
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T-MOLDINGS the stuff is not cheap and you have to buy a ton of it.

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Outwater Plastics. They sell in 10' sticks. Very reasonable.
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Vintage Trailer Supply has some nice "Diner" style aluminum edging, in satin. We've used it a few times & it looks really good, & not too flashy. Would this work?
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Vintage Trailer Supply has some nice "Diner" style aluminum edging, in satin. We've used it a few times & it looks really good, & not too flashy. Would this work?

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I'll look at it. Thanks.
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edge banding

I used an alum edge banding that was designed to cover the edge and go over the counter/table surface. I put it on using contact glue to hold it inplace. I then used the screws that came with the banding. After 15 minutes, I removed the screw one at a time and replaced with alum rivets by using a small peice of hardwood and a hammer. The results were better than great.
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Perfect! I love the idea of the rivets.
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