|Product Depth (in.)||0.75 in||Product Length (in.)||96 in|
|Product Width (in.)||1.25 in|
|Color/Finish||Primed White||Decorative Moulding Type||Standard Profile|
|Durability||Not Applicable||Finish Type||Primed|
|Installation Type||Glue, Nail||Interior/Exterior||Interior|
|Material||Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF)||Moulding Cut||Full Stick|
|Moulding Features||No Additional Features||Moulding Type||Shoe Moulding|
|Moulding Use||Floor||Pack Size||1-Pack|
|Pack Size||1||Pattern Number||8595|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Satisfaction Guaranteed|
A: Thank you for your inquiry, Leroy. You can use a brad nailer on this trim or an adhesive glue if you prefer not to use a brad nailer.
A: No it is not bendable other than the slight curvature you get with any long, thin piece of hardwood. You might try posting a pic of the area you are trying to cover and the width of the gap. I’m sure there are plenty of people on these boards that will have a solution for you.
A: I used mine for the same purpose, made the baseboard wider to cover a gap at the edge of the hardwood.
A: I assume you mean can you wrap this around a big stairwell. Yes, but you may need a skilled handyman to make the cuts around corners.
A: No, it is not waterproof.
A: Hi Molly, thank you for your inquiry. This moulding is not waterproof. All MDF mouldings are not water resistant
A: It’s MDF. I would not suggest allowing it to become wet.
A: Not sure if it is water proof. It's in my hallways and living room as base moulding so it doesn't get wet.
A: It is made from MDF which is not waterproof, but because it has a primer already on it, and you will supposedly paint it, it should be okay unless is gets soaked or sits in standing water. Washing it with a damp rag should be okay. I used it to add some bling to my plain jane baseboards and it has performed very well.