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Hi - first post here thanks for any help
What is the term for 1/4 round material that is not round? 1/4 flat....?
I need some of this in teak to finish the joint between the sole (floor) of my boat and the wall.
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shoe mold is what we call it
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I agree with Mike. Especially if it's for the "sole" of your boat a "shoe" mold seems appropriate, but it takes a lot of miters to go around a shoe. Sorry, couldn't resist. Welcome to both of you. I'm fairly new also. Russ
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Bleach will usually kill shoe mold.
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GWB,
Welcome to the forum. Shoe mold it is. Shoe mold is normally 3/4" high by 5/8" thick. True quarter round is 3/4" x 3/4". I like the look of the shoe mold better than the 1/4 round. It also is a little more flexable and easier to nail.
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Most production shoe moulding is available in many species and is usually 1/2" thick x 3/4" high.






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Thanks all for the help!
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