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petros151 06-24-2012 11:17 PM

Molding at tread rise junction
I just painted my risers and treads. Risers white treads tan. I want to put a
plastic piece of decorative molding at each tread/riser
junction. I do not want to brad/nail it in too much trouble it's a tiny piece of molding not quarter round but flatter hard to nail into and then deal with holes.

I was thinking of hot gluing them down (probably not a good idea right?) so what would you suggest to sticking them down?

They are a super flexible light weight plastic from HD colored white which I want. Looks good to make the transition from tan tread to white riser look cleaner (paint line is covered up)



Just Bill 06-25-2012 07:31 AM

In general, moldings on stairs tend to get beat up, kicked, etc. Probably not a good enviornment for decorative trim. I would stick with quarter rnd or shoe molding.

woody4249 06-25-2012 08:29 AM

I'm with "Just Bill" here. Use shoe molding, pre-paint it and ask around with your friends to see if anyone has a brad nailer pneumatic airgun. It's easy this way. Fill the holes with white caulk or spackling.

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