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Applying wood trim as a flush cap

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Hi, I'm Shelbe and I'm the packaging team lead at Stikwood.

Tools You'll Need
J Roller
Step 1

Peel adhesive backing from the trim piece.

Step 2

Adhere wood trim to the outside corner. Roll with a J-Roller to ensure proper adhesion.

Step 3

Apply the planks flush to the edge of the corner piece, making sure to tuck the plank closely to the trim and any pieces surrounding the plank. Roll with a J-Roller to ensure proper adhesion.

Step 4

Viola! Once you arrive at the edge during each row you're installing, continue to install the planks alongside the trim, ensuring to tuck the plank into the trim first.

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