3/4" Teak Woodgrain T-Molding

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SKU T-TEAK-75
Slot Width 1/16"
Starting Price $0.65 per foot
Quantity   5 - 249     250 - 999     1000+  
Price $0.65 $0.60 $0.55
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3/4" Teak Woodgrain T-Molding

This 3/4" teak woodgrain t-molding is priced per foot, and will ship as one continuous piece of molding up to 250ft long. This is a plastic t-molding with a wood-grain pattern to simulate real wood but with the simple installation of regular solid-color t molding.

3/4" Teak Woodgrain T-Molding Reviews

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T-Molding Teak 3/4 in 05/06/2021
By Jasper
We are restoring a boler trailer and this t-molding worked great!! It was easy to use, easy to cut and flexible for the curves on the walls of the trailer. It was used to cover the seams between the Ensolite insulation on the walls- the original tracks were still attached to the walls so all we needed to do was trim one row off the clip-in part of the molding and it fit perfectly. The original t-molding on the trailer was white and 1" wide, but the 3/4" fit and covered the seams great and we love how it looks with the original teak cabinets. I highly recommend this to those who are restoring a boler!
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Piece of Cake 09/11/2016
By Robert E. Wilson
This is great stuff. All you have to do is leave a fat 1/16th of an inch, about 3/8ths inch deep, around the perimeter of your project for the "stem" or barbed spline to slip into, add a little LEXEL cement, and tap it with a rubber mallet. A word of advice: Pull the loose end toward you as you tap it into position so that it will fit snuggly.
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Used for arcade cabinet 08/03/2020
By Aaron T Ellington
I purchased this t-molding for an arcade cabinet I built for my man cave, and the molding was as described and a perfect fit per the descriptions given online. Excellent product. The wood grain is a shade lighter than what appears in the picture, but it's not a big deal but you might take it into consideration if you're matching wood
 
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