Remember that we don’t sell flexible molding for stairs or any products, but we’re here to give you extraordinary ideas for wood trims and moldings. I tried flexible molding for stairs what it is extremely flexible and is comparable in dimensions to the quarter round oak is used throughout the rest of the room. I tried to stain it with my other wood staining. Need color but do not soak in like molding for stairs edge came out slightly darker than real flexible staircase moulding product. Also, there is no grain to plastic. I did not realize this. There is not even an attempt at the grain surface texture. It is just fine with flexible molding stair and you have to take a little care that you do not rub the finish of the edges or corners. Cutting it pretty easy, I use a fine tooth saws and then I use a sharp utility to overcome back partner for a tight fit. Cut and shave with an easy to use liquid nails and nail to attach it.
It was easy and very successful Nails drys clear liquid that hides whatever shows on the joints. I can get nice and tight mold for kicks. I feel a mixture of products from a few feet away it looks pretty good. Probably better than oak bent will look, but I was a little disappointed at the lack of grain texture and color matching. It will be a great product for painted surfaces. Moisture, insect proof, a withstand extreme heat and cold temperatures without warping, cracking or deteriorating. Flexible Moulding will bend like a belt around your waist. Construction bullnose molding for stairs use stained or painted once this product has the appearance of real wood. Ease of installation using standard woodworking tools wood. Flexible molding for stairs made of brick is usually used as a casing for the exterior of arched doors and arched windows and is guaranteed not curved, rot or crack over time when exposed to the elements such as in a family room.