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Old 07-07-2019, 05:18 PM   #1
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Interior trim detatching

The small strip of trip between the wall and floor is coming loose all around our Kodiak 24BHSL. To reattach it, what kind of glue did you use?
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The small strip of trip between the wall and floor is coming loose all around our Kodiak 24BHSL. To reattach it, what kind of glue did you use?

A photo would be great. I would use Gorilla Construction Adhesive to stick it back down. Maybe add a few small brads to hold it in place if need be.
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They're usually stapled in place. I pin nailed mine back on. I don't advise gluing it in case you ever need to remove it.
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The small strip of trip between the wall and floor is coming loose all around our Kodiak 24BHSL. To reattach it, what kind of glue did you use?

My wife is in charge of interior trim I know she has fixed a few places. Will ask her and report back.
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I use contact cement.
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Glue is my favorite fix. I tried different fasteners and found that they eventually vibrate out again and again. Glue it!
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Old 10-17-2019, 07:18 PM   #7
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We have some loose trim in our bathroom... if I try to push the bulge flat though, it is under a lot of pressure, almost like the trim piece is too long and needs to be trimmed, I have tried removing it (gently) and it is glued down well, so I don't want to do any damage, but would like to get it flat... I wonder if it will hold if I glue it down and put some pressure on it til it sets.
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I used wood glue and it’s been holding just fine
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