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Model # 10000711

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WM 142 1/4 in. D x 3/4 in. W Pine Wood Screen Molding

  • Covers transitions between wallpaper and painted walls
  • Smooth, knot-free surface
  • Paintable and stainable
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About This Product

The Woodgrain Millwork 1/4 in. x 3/4 in. WM 142 Pine Screen Molding is typically used to cover the seams where window screening meets the frame. Pine WM 142 Screen Molding can also be used to cover seams and transitions between wallpaper and painted walls. Screen mold can also be used to cover the raw edges of plywood.

Highlights

  • Smooth, consistent surface is free from knots and is ready to finish
  • Can be stained or painted with any high quality latex or oil based paint/stain
  • Classic small profile molding useful in covering small gaps
  • Can also be used to accent shelving, cabinets or any other interior elements
  • Installs with common woodworking tools
  • Note: product may vary by store
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Product Information

Internet # 206000895

Model # 10000711

Store SKU # 851957

Additional Resources

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)

0.25 in

Product Length (in.)

168 in

Product Width (in.)

0.75 in

Details

Color Family

Tan

Color/Finish

Beige

Decorative Moulding Type

Standard Profile

Durability

Not Applicable

Finish Type

Unfinished

Installation Type

Nail

Interior/Exterior

Interior

Material

Wood

Moulding Cut

By Linear Foot

Moulding Features

No Additional Features

Moulding Use

Door & Window

Number of Pieces Included

1

Pack Size

1

Pattern Number

142

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

None

Questions & Answers

6Questions
caret
Q:Can this be stained with water-based stain? If it cannot, why not?
by|Mar 10, 2024
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caret
Q:Could screen be attached to back side with staples and then screws be used to attach framed screen?
by|May 25, 2022
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A:  1/4 inch molding is noot small to make a screen with, it is too flexible and will split. Mike

by|Jun 6, 2022
caret
Q:Can this be cut in store?
by|Jun 28, 2019
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A:  They had a regular hand saw station on the same isle with the trim where you can measure and cut it yourself. I cut my own pieces, they are pretty thin so it wasn't an issue for me.

by|Aug 27, 2019

    A:  Yes bought the perfect length

    by|May 19, 2020
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      A:  yes

      by|May 19, 2020
      1 found this answer helpful
      caret
      Q:Could this be used to dress up my old flat kitchen cabinets?
      by|Oct 11, 2018
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      A:  yes

      by|Aug 20, 2019

      A:  Yes, that is why I bought - to finish off edge by wall on edge of cabinet.

      by|Jan 2, 2019

      A:  I think that's a matter of personal preference. Almost any molding can be used for upgrades.

      by|Oct 22, 2018

      A:  Yes, it looked better with paints.

      by|Feb 19, 2019

      A:  Yes depending on thickness of cabinet material

      by|Feb 12, 2019
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        Customer Reviews

        4.3 out of 5

        • 4.3 out of 97 reviews
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        Needed to fill in some gaps for my new cabinet install.
        Needed to fill in some gaps for my new cabinet install.
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        It was good for what I was using it for which was a faux door panel. Make sure you pick up extra ...
        It was good for what I was using it for which was a faux door panel. Make sure you pick up extra pieces! I was using a miter saw to cut them and pieces were splitting.
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        This molding was a perfect match to the existing from when the house was built.
        This molding was a perfect match to the existing from when the house was built.
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        Horrible price/value
        Buying around 30 feet, this 76cent piece was by the foot(168inch piece). not the one piece. after cutting and getting to the counter, it rang up around $25. I was in shock but since i cut it i had to buy it. after getting home and checking the site WG 142 is $3 for a 96inch piece. Its the same exact wood(of course this was not instock so i had no idea of its existance) , so dont waist your money on this WM 142. this job would of cost me $6 instead its costing me $25 for the same amount of wood.
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          Had to go to customer service to get help and...
          Had to go to customer service to get help and after waiting for another 10 mins or so an employee came by and asked if I needed help (wasn’t the person answering the call) I was looking for the refinished molding and was told they didn’t have it, so I had to make due. Very frustrating!
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          not good quality...
          not good quality
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          Hobby project!! Works great!!...
          Hobby project!! Works great!!
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          It was not as wide as I needed ...
          It was not as wide as I needed
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