stop molding

stop molding

A solid or struck molding which is terminated short of the end of the member into which it is cut.
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1 x6 clean paint-grade softwood or hardwood 3' 7/16" x 1-1/4" pine stop molding 3' 1 -1/4" drywall or utility screws 4 3/4" x 3/4" comer braces or brackets 2 Plastic or metal screw-in drywall anchors 2 Aerosol paint 1 can Sandpaper Wood glue
Basically, you need to remove the inside stop molding in the window frame, pull out the old sashes and make any needed repairs to the cavity.
Use 6d casing nails for the stop molding, nailing it at the premarked points on the trim.
Decades of paint buildup can make a door rub against the jamb or door stop molding. The fastest way to remove paint buildup is with a sharp stainless steel or carbide scraper ($10 to $20).
Unscrew the stop molding on the inside of the jamb (Photo 2).
length of plastic garage door stop molding; $8 at home centers) between the rebar and the stakes to soften the bend (Photo 4).
boards and then nailed a Princeton stop molding on edge (Photos 10 and 11) to the entire perimeter to build the trim out 1-1/2 in.
Cover the screwheads (and missed-the-stud screw holes!) with door stop molding.
blocks and glue them to the back of the 1x6 base pieces and nail the stop molding to the blocks (see Fig.
Our bookcase is made primarily from maple plywood and detailed with solid maple boards and regular lumberyard maple colonial stop molding (Fig.
Our dentils (D) are made from colonial stop molding (also called Princeton style; Fig.
* Nail new combination stop molding and weatherstrip along the outside of the door for a tight fit.