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Old 02-03-2008, 05:37 PM   #1
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I am getting ready to put the stair nose on. My question can I use liquid nails and brad nails to put it down rather than the finishing screws. I would think a brad nailer would be alot cleaner than putting the finishing screws in even though you use the pergo finishing putty. Any thoughts? Thanks Tim....

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Old 02-03-2008, 07:11 PM   #2
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personally,(and a word of advice) I wouldnt use the stuff on stairs.....
Its very slick.

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Old 02-03-2008, 07:20 PM   #3
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personally,(and a word of advice) I wouldnt use the stuff on stairs.....
Its very slick.
Thanks for your reply charlesmd and I agree with you but I'm already committed because I've got everything done except the trim and stairnose. Got to make the wife happy ....Tim
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Old 02-05-2008, 11:57 AM   #4
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I recently installed Columbia Laminate tiles (tounge and groove) and when I installed the stair nose, I used liquid nails and a couple brads. It seems to work fine.
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I recently installed Columbia Laminate tiles (tounge and groove) and when I installed the stair nose, I used liquid nails and a couple brads. It seems to work fine.
Thank you sandyman. Being that it has worked for you I beleive I will carry on and do the same. Thank you again....Tim..
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Have you already bought the Laminate material? There's a new company in the US that does the tread and the nose in one piece and they have their own adhesive that works really well. Let me know if you want some info.
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Have you already bought the Laminate material? There's a new company in the US that does the tread and the nose in one piece and they have their own adhesive that works really well. Let me know if you want some info.
I appreciate that Rheingold but I've already bought it and have gotten everything done but the trim and the stairnose. Thanks again...Tim
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Have you already bought the Laminate material? There's a new company in the US that does the tread and the nose in one piece and they have their own adhesive that works really well. Let me know if you want some info.
I'd like to know about the one-piece laminate you described. I want to put laminate on concrete stairs in my house. The front edges are rounded so a one piece might work better.
Thanks, Bill
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Same here... what's this company. Doing basement finish and would like to "cover" existing threads with hardwood "or look-alike". Also, on side of the threads is exposed... hoping a couple of 45 miter would fix this.
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Rheingold I would also like to know about this company! thanks
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I purchased from these guys, and they were extremely helpful. In fact, photos of my project ended up published on their web site. I highly recommend them.
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do a search for "pergo stairnose" at lowes.com or homedepot.com

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