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1/2" x 3/4 x 6.5 LFT Brazilian Walnut Shoe Molding

SKU: 10011259
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1/2" x 3/4 x 6.5 LFT Brazilian Walnut Shoe Molding

Transitions between a wood floor and a vertical surface under cabinetry. Also serves as a substitute for quarter round when space is limited.


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  • Q:

    WHAT IS THE BEST NAIL TO USE ON THIS PRODUCT. MY 16 GAUGE NAILS ARE SPLITTING IT
    Asked on 4/27/2011 by DAN from NEW HOPE, PA

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      4d-6d finish nails will work for this shoe molding. Predrill because of hardness of Brazilian Walnut. Flooring; Brazilian Walnut is 182% harder than red oak. Cleat nailers rather than staples have a better chance of penetrating the harder exotics. Better chance for 5/16", 3/8", and 1/2" is a 18 and 20 gage nail with a 50P or 200 POWERNAIL nailer. 18 gage with a 50P and a 3/4" adapter plate can work best on very hard 3/4"exotics. Or equivalent nailer.

      If Hand Nailing is Necessary-
      One person can pre-drill the nail holes with a 3/32" (2mm) bit, the next can complete the nailing. For boards 2 1/4"-3 1/2" wide place a 2" nail, every 8”-10” inches along the side tongue edge and 2"-3" from the board ends. The wider the board the closer the nail spacing.
      Use- galvanized or regular finishing nails 6d-7d.

      Answered on 4/28/2011 by Tech & Install
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