The 1/2 in. x 3/4 in. Primed Finger-Jointed Pine Base Shoe is typically used with a baseboard. After the flooring is installed, the base shoe is placed on the floor up against the baseboard. The small size of this profiles allows it to follow any unevenness in the floor and wall. This will cover up any gaps that may be exposed. This moulding is also used in a wide variety of other crafts and home projects.
A durable pine substrate that has workability similar to solid pine
Primed surface - ready to paint
Coated with a high hide water based primer allowing for superior paint adherence
Base shoes are primarily used to trim flooring materials
Guaranteed against manufacturing defects. See store for details.
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Oct 8, 2019
I finished my job, and I am happy with the...
I finished my job, and I am happy with the results Thank you
Dec 13, 2018
Recently removed rugs and refinished floors Looks great for new shoe moulding Could be slightly ...
Recently removed rugs and refinished floors Looks great for new shoe moulding
Could be slightly thinner for updated look
Rather than almost quarter round
Sep 19, 2018
Bought this product for a very easy application. Very inexpensive and comes primed white. You pur...
Bought this product for a very easy application. Very inexpensive and comes primed white. You purchase by the foot and cut yourself at a cut section in the aisle. Love that option. Made two 11' pieces and headed out. FYI 11 foot pieces fit perfectly into a 2008 Ford Edge. Barely :-) I did have to pick through quite a few severely warped and defective sticks but found what I needed. Half the price as quarter round and looks very simular installed.
Sep 27, 2016
When we refinished our hard wood floors it was impossible to sand and stain perfectly against the base boards (and removing the base boards was not an option). So we used this shoe molding so cover the edge around the room and dress up the base boards.
These are prime and ready to paint which is convenient. I try to buy long enough pieces to span whole walls and not have to splice mid-wall (splicing shouldn't be too difficult if you needed to). When purchasing long pieces it can be difficult to transport because they are flimsy. To stiffen up the bundle I shrink wrap a bunch of them together and they travel just fine in the back of my truck.
If u need to caulk seems use something like Alex Paintable caulk and put a coat of paint on after you caulk (dust tends to collect on caulk and caulk over time discolors).
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Jun 2, 2021
HD charged by inch instead of by foot
Home depot rep charged by the inch when it is listed by foot; i bought 12’ and was charged $65.