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9/16 in. x 1-5/8 in. x 8 ft. PVC Composite White Crown Moulding

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  • Detailed embossed profile
  • Will not crack, split or warp
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The Royal Mouldings 8 ft. x 1-5/8 in. x 9/16 in. PVC Crown Moulding installs with nails or glue as a finishing touch around cabinets and along ceilings. It's paintable for coordination with any room. Adding crown moulding to your room adds value and a nice finishing touch.
  • Durable cellular-vinyl construction
  • Paintable white finish for easy color matching
  • Termite and moisture-resistant material resists rotting
  • Easy to clean for low maintenance
  • Trims cabinets and ceiling edges
  • 96 in. Length
  • Manufactured by Royal Mouldings
  • California residents

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MaterialCompositeMedium Density Fiberboard (MDF)Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF)Composite
Moulding TypeCrown MouldingCrown MouldingCrown MouldingCrown Moulding
Finish TypeFinishedPrimedPrimedPrimed
Interior/ExteriorInteriorInteriorInteriorExterior
Sell Pack OptionsSingle ItemSingle ItemSingle ItemSingle Item
Moulding FeaturesMoisture Resistant,Rot Resistant,Termite ResistantNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesMoisture Resistant,Rot Resistant,Termite Resistant
Product Length (in.)96 in969696
ApplicationCeilingCeilingCeilingCeiling
Product Width (in.)1.625 in4.253.1253.625
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
0.562 in
Product Length (in.)
96 in
Product Width (in.)
1.625 in

Details

Application
Ceiling
Color Family
White
Color/Finish
White
Finish Type
Finished
Installation Type
Glue,Nail
Interior/Exterior
Interior
Material
Composite
Moulding Features
Moisture Resistant,Rot Resistant,Termite Resistant
Moulding Type
Crown Moulding
Pattern Number
0675508021
Returnable
90-Day
Sell Pack Options
Single Item

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Interior Water Proof Material

Questions & Answers

28Questions28Answers

Best way or tools to cut the corners? Struggling to get the angle right

Asked by Primerealtysayre March 26, 2021
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The key is if you know how to install baseboards, it is the opposite. A inside corner has a left and right side as your looking at it. If you are installing the corner in the right hand side, flip the crown upside down and make sure it’s the left side that you flip. Then instead of a right 45 degree, you will cut a left if it’s a 90 degree corner. The crown has to sit at a angle in the miter saw, this will replicate the placement when it’s on the wall. The sharper point will always be facing Down into the corner. I used a Diablo 60 tooth finishing blade in a radial miter saw, the results were great. I used it to install baseboards, quarter round and crown molding after a new hardwood install and used the blade with it and it’s still cutting great. I hope this information helped!

Which side is up? The black silhouette in the description shows the concave side up but the cust...

Asked by Caro February 19, 2021
4
Answers

The detailed side will always face down when dealing with crown molding. I hope this helps!

Can it be applied with only construction adhesive? Walls and ceiling are concrete.

Asked by Jmachawaii May 20, 2020
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Yes, I believe it can BUT there is enough weight in the moulding that you are going to need a way to hold it in place until the adhesive sets. For my installation onto drywall (and working alone), I used 16GA finishing nails from my air nailer and acrylic tile adhesive. Anything longer than 4 feet will start to bow and flex and I found that installing 8 feet lengths would have been impossible for me without nailing but the combination of nailing and adhesive made it easy to finish. So, construction adhesive yes but I think you will also need a way to hold the moulding in place until it sets.

what is the measurement from the wall out horizontally to where the moulding touches the ceiling ?

Asked by mike March 14, 2019
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Using Pythagorean theorem is 1.150” on the wall and the ceiling. Thank you

does it come in lengths longer than 8 foot?

Asked by Jerry March 30, 2018
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I've only seen this plastic in 8' lengths but it miters like a champ! No tendency to split; warp; shrink or expand. Only concern I look for when buying is to make sure it's all from the same run as there has been size variations with different batches.

Do you have to cope the corners?

Asked by Elly February 28, 2018
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If you do a double miter inside corners and do the proper technic for mitering crown upside down the double miter joint looks very good and since this material will not change size with temperature and humidity if you have measured correctly and put a little spring force into one of the inside pieces, it will look fine. I tried coping test pieces with this material with little success.

What is the best adhesive to use with this?

Asked by TR February 13, 2018
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There is no need to use adhesive. I just used a brad nailer and caulked around top and bottom and will hold up great.

What is the spring angle?

Asked by SCF December 18, 2017
2
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30

do they sell pre cut corner and inside corners

Asked by craig December 13, 2017
2
Answers

No

Installation

Asked by Lee6418 November 22, 2017
2
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Yes. I used 1" 18 gauge brads with no issues.

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Customer Reviews

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Used around a bead board ceiling in a bathroom to give a cottage lake look, turned out great
Used around a bead board ceiling in a bathroom to give a cottage lake look, turned out great
by update2021
PVC is easy to work with, especially if you want it white. Then you don't need to prime or paint...
PVC is easy to work with, especially if you want it white. Then you don't need to prime or paint it. This style is good for LED lighting, it has space behind it for hiding wires and holds the LEDs away from the wall enough for a decent projection.
by Fourwhom
4 people found this helpful
Easy to work with and accepts paint readily
Easy to work with and accepts paint readily
by Navitas
Unless you need a real stained wood look, I find the PVC composite moulding easy to work with. T...
Unless you need a real stained wood look, I find the PVC composite moulding easy to work with. They are lite weight, easily cut and accept paint well. For this particular moulding, I mount it with ceramic tile adhesive and just some finishing nails from my nail gun. The PVC composite is also easy to sand making it easy to tidy up corners and mitered butts.
by jtDIYer
1 person found this helpful
The product solved my problem. I had space between the hardwood and baseboard, I used the white c...
The product solved my problem. I had space between the hardwood and baseboard, I used the white crown moulding to give it a design.
by Onyi
2 people found this helpful
Crown is easy to mount because 45 degree spring angle has nice large flat surfaces on both the to...
Crown is easy to mount because 45 degree spring angle has nice large flat surfaces on both the top and bottom of the crown. I like that it will not be expand or contract with moisture and temperature change which makes it perfect for bathrooms. Mitering inside corners came out very nice if you know how to miter crown correctly. I tried several times unsucsscesfully to cope the miter joints on test pieces only to find out that a simple double miter looks good. I would not suggest trying to cope this material.
by Joel
Easy to cut with standard hand tools and miter block. Adds a nice classy touch to cabinets withou...
Easy to cut with standard hand tools and miter block. Adds a nice classy touch to cabinets without being overly costly. Some discrepancies between pieces so try to make all joints from same piece if able.
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Nice small molding. This is really a Bed molding but you can use it as crown molding like I did. ...
Nice small molding. This is really a Bed molding but you can use it as crown molding like I did. I have a very crooked ceiling in my laundry room, installing wood crown molding would have been very difficult. This molding is flexible and easy to install on crooked walls & ceilings. After painted looks like wood & it wont expand & contract like wood.
by thaiguy
2 people found this helpful
Fine finish, easy to cut, nail holes are easy to caulk, great for bathrooms. It can be trimmed wi...
Fine finish, easy to cut, nail holes are easy to caulk, great for bathrooms. It can be trimmed with a sharp knife, making it easy to "cope" the ends. Highly recommended
by JimA
6 people found this helpful
Smooth finish and easy to cut. Looks great when installed in a small room or bath.
Smooth finish and easy to cut. Looks great when installed in a small room or bath.
by JimA
1 person found this helpful
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