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Old 12-31-2014, 03:21 PM   #1
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Flexible baseboard molding

Just put in a floating laminated floor, still need to complete all the base board moulding. Looking for ideas, currently thinking about using flexible quarter round. Did a quick search and it appears that there are several companies offer this type of molding. Some of these can be stained and looks like wood.

http://www.amazon.com/Flexible-Mould.../dp/B006R99T0U
Anyone ever use this type of product? Any suggestion?

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I bought this from Amazon for my 95 Excella. If worked fine for me.
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I bought this from Amazon for my 95 Excella. If worked fine for me.
Good luck.
Thanks colld014,

How did you attach? I was thinking small screws into the wall/cabinets and then using wood putty to cover the screw head.

Did you paint or stain? I would like to stain, just wondering how good this product accepts stain.

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Anyone ever use this type of product? Any suggestion?
I use it remodeling now and then. It is harder to stain-match to hardwood flooring than real wood - even the stuff with faux woodgrain. So I paint it to match the baseboards.

I suggest you try painting it to match your wall color (or whatever the vertical surface is), and see how that looks.

I lightly sand, wipe with acetone, and then prime with Stix.
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