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Old 05-03-2017, 12:50 PM   #1
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Default Contact Paper in Shower.

I'm looking for a little advice on making this repair. As you can see in the photo the contact paper is peeling off, exposing the wood trim around the shower control valve. Is there an better fix than just removing, and reapplying contact paper. If not is there special contact paper that I should use?
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Check home Depot. The make pvc moldings in various shapes. Cuts like wood then caulk.
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Excellent suggestion Tom. I bet the repair will look better than the original from the factory, Papa.

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This is the stuff I've used in various applications.


Royal Mouldings 5111 5/8 in. x 5/8 in. x 8 ft. PVC Composite White Quarter Round Moulding
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Model0511108042Internet/Catalog:100080367Store SKU:901497
Easy to install with nails or construction adhesive. The 8 ft. x 5/8 in. x 5/8 in. PVC Quarter-Round Moulding resists cracking, splitting and warping for floor-to-wall trim transitions and inside-corner applications. Adding moulding to your home or office adds a finishing touch and value.

Polymer extrusion material resists cracking, splitting and warping
White finish for easy painting
Moisture rot and termite resistant
Great for floor-to-wall transitions and for inside corner applications
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Thanks, I'll go down tomorrow and get some.
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Take the "caulk" to heart - just caulk it on, don't run screws through it.

Or if you choose to run screws, get some nice stainless ones (they're pretty cheap).

Just a thought.

PS - the idea of the PVC trim is brilliant!
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Caulk it on and you can also shoot it with a pin nailer just like wood trim then you only have tiny holes to caulk and caulk the perimeter.
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Got it done this afternoon. Looks MUCH better than the original. Thanks everyone.

Now I have a new problem that I will make in a different post.
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Give us some pics
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Got it done this afternoon. Looks MUCH better than the original. Thanks everyone.

Now I have a new problem that I will make in a different post.
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