Model # TK-6072-051

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Swan Easy Up Adhesive Solid Surface Tub and Shower Wall Trim Kit and Corner Molding in Tahiti Sand
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Swan

Easy Up Adhesive Solid Surface Tub and Shower Wall Trim Kit and Corner Molding in Tahiti Sand

$380.07 /each

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Product Overview

Add a touch of elegance to tub and shower wall systems with this trim kit. Available in solid and aggregate colors to coordinate with any bath decor. Fits both 60 in. and 72 in. high wall panels. Includes four trim strips that are 3.875 in. wide and two 1.25 in. wide corner moldings. Comes in a variety of colors to coordinate with walls, floors or vanity top for a designer look.

  • Accommodates 60 in. or 72 in. bathtub and shower wall panel systems
  • Can coordinate trim color to match shower walls or use a contrasting color for a designer look
  • Solid surface material is easy to clean and resists mold and mildew
  • Manufactured from the same solid surface material as our Swanstone wall kits for a perfect color and material match

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Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Cross section forces one to notch drywall in order to make everything align properly This is our third bathroom remodel using Swanstone panels. For the first one we purchased panels with built-in moldings. For the second one we purchased the fancier TC-6072TR moldings. Installation of those went as expected. The reason I am giving these 3 stars is that I just found out that the section of the molding that touches the wall outside the panel is wider that it needs to be. The panels are 1/4 inch thick so you would think that they would have made the cross section so that when the molding rests on both the panel and the surface on which the panel rests, the molding face would be parallel to the panel. It is not. If one were to attempt installing the moldings as they are, there would be a problem aligning the molding joints. My solution is to notch the drywall all around so that the panel and molding surfaces are parallel. April 27, 2015
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