09:38PM | 07/19/07
Member Since: 07/13/04
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There is a small gap, (l/4" and less) between edge of hardwood floor and threshold to entry door. I cannot find any molding that will cover this gap and still allow the door to open.

What can I use to fill this gap so it doesn't fill with dirt and dust bunnies? I thought colored putty might work but am not sure.




08:46AM | 07/20/07
Member Since: 01/30/05
361 lifetime posts
in a wood tone. Choose one that will remain flexible, don't completely fill the gap so your flooring can still move without buckling (as it expands and contracts) and plan on removing and replacing it regularly.

I'd stick with an acrylic caulk and avoid silicone, as silicone residue will prevent adhesion of future replacment caulking.

Perhaps a tan colored mold and mildew resistant weather stripping type laytex based caulk could be found.


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