|Product Depth (in.)||1 in||Product Length (in.)||96 in|
|Product Width (in.)||1 in|
|Color/Finish||White||Decorative Moulding Type||Standard Profile|
|Durability||Moisture Resistant, Rot Resistant, Termite Resistant||Finish Type||Finished|
|Installation Type||Glue, Nail||Interior/Exterior||Interior|
|Material||PVC||Moulding Cut||Full Stick|
|Moulding Features||No Additional Features||Moulding Type||Baseboard Moulding|
|Moulding Use||Floor||Pack Size||1-Pack|
|Pack Size||1||Pattern Number||5165|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Interior Water Proof Material|
A: Yes, this can be used outside.
A: There are several manufacturers that produce fasteners specifically intended for use with cellular PVC. (See list below). You can also use fasteners designed for wood trim. They should have thin shanks, blunt points and full round heads. Fasteners should penetrate 1½” into substrate. Fasteners should be positioned no less than ¾” or more than 2” from end of boards. Fasteners must be weather resistant, such as stainless steel. For interior trim, such as casing, base, quarter round and crown, use 16 gauge finish nails, 6d or 8d finish nails. Pneumatic guns can be used - rubber bumpers on the nail gun tooling will protect the moulding. Air pressure should be adjusted based upon gun, temperature, substrate (80-100 psi is typical). Always use the least pressure necessary to drive the nail into the product.).Trim should be fastened to a flat solid surface. In cold weather below 40°F, predrilling may be necessary
A: Any thin guage finish nails. I used 18 ga in a Ryobi nail gun. If you don't have a nail gun a finish nail at least 2 in. long. Might want to pre drill holes if worried about splitting.
A: Small white ring shank nails and white that matches or paslode finish nailer and caulk the inset nail holes and paint to match or set the corners with liquid nails or caulk
A: Hi Rick, It is paintable with out any special prep work.
A: Lightly sand to remove any gloss, prime and paint. Mike
A: You could paint it, but why spend so much money to paint the an item going on the floor. The cost was about $27 per 8 LF not cheap to play with. As per the Prep I am not sure.
A: No need to paint looks good
A: All I saw was the 8ft sections
A: Item 5165 only comes in the 8'. Thank you
A: The two stores I visited had only 96" on the shelves.