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Old 05-06-2016, 03:39 PM   #1
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Question Interior Door Jamb search

Due to a "water event" in the bathroom I'd like to replace the bathroom door jamb. It appears to be the ever popular MDF covered with a paper or vinyl wood grain pattern. It also appears to be a single extruded piece. I've been unable to locate a source and am hoping someone on the JOF can help.
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It would be easy enough for you to make and stain your own. Min Wax would have the 2 stains you'll need to mix ( or should I say experiment with) to obtain the correct shade. Just take your time and you'll get it right. This is what I did and although it's not perfect it's close enough for us. The microwave was in this space before.
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This place has tons of moulding.



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Old 05-07-2016, 07:59 AM   #4
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2 sources. Check with your dealer as mine has a stockpile from all years based on extra pieces from repairs.

Second is to go to a good wood shop that makes cabinets or custom moldings and have them fabricate in real wood. A friend did that due to water intrusion on all the bases and replaced all the door jambs. Looks good, but a little pricey.
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That stuff has a tendency to get "nicked" up very easily also. If I had a convenient source, I would consider changing mine out to real wood.
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