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Old 04-13-2011, 02:24 PM   #57
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Group... there are two kinds of cabinet trim. One is rigid, the other more flexible. I'd call Scamp to see which one you really want.

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Old 04-15-2011, 11:17 AM   #58
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Could use trimlock it comes in black or white, found this roll on E-bay and was going to buy it but forgot whrn it was ending and let it get by me. This was a steal.....
SNAP-ON TRIM EDGING WHITE 80/FT ROLL | eBay
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Old 04-18-2011, 08:24 PM   #59
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Edging

Try an electrical supply house . They have edging for use on pull boxes and electrical panels to stop conductors from cutting and shorting out on metal edges . They have a spring steel clamp inside a fabric cover which you drive over a raw edge and they stay in place until pounded or pryed off
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Thanks everybody for your ideas on the edge trim! Randy, using the name you supplied (Snap on trim edging) I was able to Google, and found just what I need and in different colors! Now I just need to measure how much I need!
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Thanks everybody for your ideas on the edge trim! Randy, using the name you supplied (Snap on trim edging) I was able to Google, and found just what I need and in different colors! Now I just need to measure how much I need!

The real name is TRIM-LOK I have one of their catalog's and they make several types and colors..also if you do a search on e-bay there's a supplier on there that sells it at a very reasonable price, I think their name is R and P Carriages and Trailer sales they sell it by the foot, the company I believe sells it by the roll not real sure about that but I think I'm right..HOPE THIS HELPS RANDY
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Old 04-19-2011, 06:37 AM   #62
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Here's the Trim-Lok website as on our Helpful-Links pages: Trim Lok - #1 Source for Plastic and Rubber Trims and Seals
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