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Old 12-28-2020, 09:10 PM   #1
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Interior slide trim

The bull nose trim that runs the length of our kitchen slide floor has come loose at one end. Was thinking of glue but then thought maybe trim screws would be more of a permanent fix. Kinda looks like the floor is thick enough to run a small head trim screw thru the face of the trim into the floor. Any other ideas welcome.
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The bull nose trim that runs the length of our kitchen slide floor has come loose at one end. Was thinking of glue but then thought maybe trim screws would be more of a permanent fix. Kinda looks like the floor is thick enough to run a small head trim screw thru the face of the trim into the floor. Any other ideas welcome.
You should be fine with some screws. You could countersink them and then fill it in for a smooth finish. I would probably use those round headed screws that they use on decks.
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