base molding

base molding

[′bās ‚mōld·iŋ]
(building construction)
Molding used to trim the upper edge of interior baseboard. Also known as base cap.

base molding

A molding used to trim the upper edge of an interior baseboard. See also: Molding

base molding

base molding and base shoe
Molding used to trim the upper edge of interior baseboard; a base cap.
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Create a classic mudroom bench by fastening base molding and a new top a cabinet designed to display a flat-screen TV.
The cases consist of a top and base molding that are assembled by self-tapping screws.
The standard cases consist of a top and a base molding, two side location moldings, and two ABS front panels.
"Compared to painting a formed part, this process cleans the surface better, allows for better preparation and coating, coats both sides of the sheet in one pass, and has better edge-to-edge film control." The A- and B-pillar covers on the previous generation of the Ford Expedition and the windshield base molding of the first generation Chrysler Sebring convertible used steel coated by PPG.
Ergo-Cases consist of a top and base molding in off-white or black ABS, which clip together and are secured by two self-tapping screws.
A new 10-inch base molding serves as a raceway for electrical lines.
Sure, you can spend time sliding the sticky side of masking tape onto the edge of your carpet so you can paint the base molding. But why waste all that time when you could just use drop-down carpet paint shields?
I'm trying to remove old base molding, but every time I pry on it, I wreck the walls or crack the trim.