Model # 0516508029

Internet #100074228

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Royal Mouldings 5165 1 in. x 1 in. x 8 ft. PVC Composite White Colonial Outside Corner Base Moulding

Royal Mouldings

5165 1 in. x 1 in. x 8 ft. PVC Composite White Colonial Outside Corner Base Moulding

$5.83 /each

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Product Overview

The Colonial 8 ft. x 1 in. x 1 in. Outside Corner Base Moulding offers a prefinished piece of moulding for use on any outside corner to protect and transition. The bone white hue of the moulding easily coordinates with existing color schemes and can be re-painted if necessary. When you add moulding to your room it adds value and a nice finishing touch.

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  • Polymer extrusion offers a material that cuts and installs like wood and won't split or crack
  • Pre-finished in bone white and ready to install
  • Moisture, termite and rot-resistant for a long lasting accent
  • Easily installs using nails or construction adhesive
  • 96 in. Length

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Customer Questions & Answers

What kind of blade do I use to cut a pic composite moulding

Cut pic composite moulding
Asked by: Sandy
depending if it will be visible makes a big difference; a 'japanese style pull saw' with fine teeth works great if you will see the miter, else a hacksaw/bandsaw is ideal.
Answered by: andrewwynn
Date published: 2015-11-06

Does this match the pvc Colonial Base Model # 0552308056 Internet # 100092590??? And how can it be 96" long and be a corner molding?

Is the 96 inch length a misprint?
Asked by: Perplexed
it's meant to wrap around a wall corner around an 8 ft tall 4 ft wide panel. the cross-section is the 'top view' if installed as described above.
Answered by: andrewwynn
Date published: 2015-11-06

do they have a base corner for bull nosed drywall corners

Asked by: ferd
Probably your best option is one of these two ideas: 1; use a ceramic tile corner or 2; use a dowel cut into quarters; ceramic tile is 6" tall and 3/ 4 inch radius should match the bullnose of the corner pretty well, while protecting the heck out of the bottom edge of the corner. You could also introduce a sharp corner with a turned corner, you would stop the bull-nose an inch or so above the point of the turned corner and it would look pretty good. -awr
Answered by: andrewwynn
Date published: 2016-05-11
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