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Old 06-11-2013, 05:28 PM   #1
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It seems as though I'm always using this smilie face - I have a lot of questions. Well, we gutted the 1974 Trillium and are busy restoring it to a "love grotto" of sorts - just a bed and a bistro table with 2 chairs. We have now come to the walls. The "foam-backed, wrinkly-surfaced stuff" on the walls looks pretty good but the rubber trim pieces that snap into the "female" counterparts on the walls is all wavy and needs to be replaced. Is there anywhere I can get more of this rubber stripping with the "male" spine on the back?
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It seems as though I'm always using this smilie face - I have a lot of questions. Well, we gutted the 1974 Trillium and are busy restoring it to a "love grotto" of sorts - just a bed and a bistro table with 2 chairs. We have now come to the walls. The "foam-backed, wrinkly-surfaced stuff" on the walls looks pretty good but the rubber trim pieces that snap into the "female" counterparts on the walls is all wavy and needs to be replaced. Is there anywhere I can get more of this rubber stripping with the "male" spine on the back?
Hi: dale k... you can remove the waves from the tape by immersing it in very very hot water. Leave it in there till the water cools some and replace it into the track. This will do you for a year or two I think!!!
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Thanks, Alf - we'll give it a try. We also thought of ironing it flat with an old iron and a towel. We'll let you know how it goes.
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