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Old 04-26-2015, 06:13 PM   #1
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Fixing the cabinet trip

Has anyone replaced the plastic trim around the openings and the edges of the cabinets? Ours seems to have shrunk and I'd like to replace it with new.
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Re: Fixing the cabinet trip

T-molding, found this thread, there are others. You can find it on amazon as well.....
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Re: Fixing the cabinet trip

I had the same problem that they where shrunk. I heat them up so that they get very soft and bring them in there old position. Than i glue the ends on the cabinet and also take a nail on every end to hold it there for future. It works now for 2 years.
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I had the same problem that they where shrunk. I heat them up so that they get very soft and bring them in there old position. Than i glue the ends on the cabinet and also take a nail on every end to hold it there for future. It works now for 2 years.
The "shrink" just happened to my cabinets after 10 years. Odd. And it happened this winter to virtually all my cabinets.

What type of glue did you use? Did you glue the entire track or just the ends? And what type nails did you use? Any pictures of your repair?

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