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Zamma Alpine Elm 1/8 in. Thick x 1-3/4 in. Wide x 72 in. Length Vinyl Multi-Purpose Reducer Molding
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Zamma

Alpine Elm 1/8 in. Thick x 1-3/4 in. Wide x 72 in. Length Vinyl Multi-Purpose Reducer Molding

$20.98 /each

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Product Overview

Alpine Elm multi-purpose reducer is used to transition floors of unequal height from wood/laminate floors to carpet, vinyl or tile. This molding will provide a seamless look when transitioning between flooring surfaces providing a beautiful finished look. Coordinates with vinyl flooring to provide a finished look to any room in your home.

  • Alpine Elm Vinyl Molding
  • 5/16 in. thickness x 1-3/4 in. width x 72 in. length
  • Item coordinates with 3-5 mm thick vinyl floor
  • Alpine elm, light color finish
  • Can be installed over both concrete and wooden subfloors
  • Appropriate grade for installation: Above grade, On grade or Below grade
  • Residential and commercial use
  • Don't forget your coordinating trim
  • Don't forget your coordinating moldings and trim
  • Coordinates with vinyl flooring
  • Installation track included with purchase
  • Proudly manufactured by Zamma Corporation

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Is the vinyl multi-purpose reducer molding flexible enough to be bent around a 36 inch radius curve?

I am hoping to use this product to transition from tile to the vinyl and a have a 36 inch radius curve to contend with.
Asked by: bwcanut
Nope. It is flexible in length only.
Answered by: Mortimer
Date published: 2015-09-20

How is this installed?

I need to put this down between new Allure planks just placed and a tile floor which is slightly higher than the planks. Do I just cut to the proper length to give it a tight fit edge to edge?
Asked by: Curious
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Alpine Elm 1/8 in. Thick x 1-3/4 in. Wide x 72 in. Length Vinyl Multi-Purpose Reducer Molding is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from The edge tile was thjnner thank I thought it was. Easy, but tricky to install. You have to have the joint straight for it to work. The appearance seems to be a bit thin and easy to break. We had to redo the joint section on the floor to make sure it was lined up straight. The appearance is fine, but I do worry about the quality of the product.
Date published: 2015-02-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from An interesting project! First and foremost, if you watch the guy on the internet installing this product, it looks really easy to do . . . and it is, sort of . . . like if your work area was perfectly square. If it is not, prepare your self. For tools your need a heavy duty utility knife, the kind with the replaceable, break off blades. The blade edges dull VERY quickly when cutting this product. I found that the blade ends could withstand about ten (10) cuts and then they needed changing. You also need some sort of long straight edge (at least 36") to allow you to make cuts along the length of the product. I used a 48" long aluminum straight edge guide from the Depot's hardware dept. You also should have a good, adjustable square for cross cutting and cutouts in the planks. Another good tool is something like a Black & Decker "WORK MATE" stand which will allow you to make cuts in the planks, while you are vertical. It's MUCH easier on the low back. Finally, I would suggest a good, rubber mallet. It makes the joints at lot easier to finalize. Lastly get GOOD kneepads while you are at the Depot. Ask what kind a pro would use. Get them! If you ignore this advice, have lots of pain medication handy! Installers recommend going over the floor joints with one hundred (100) pound floor roller when the job is complete. Of course, you probably don't have one, so that means another Depot trip to rent that puppy . . . then take it back. It'll cost about twenty bucks ($20) for the day. We chose another root. We hammered every section tight with the rubber mallet. Seems to have worked OK. I'll close with one hint. Lay this flooring as a twosome . . . one person cuts, the other lays the floor, does measuring etc. It is faster than getting up and down every couple of minutes. Don't get frustrated. You can do it. Just take your time.
Date published: 2015-01-27
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