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AmndaSarek

09:21AM | 10/21/99
Member Since: 10/20/99
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I have customized woodwork in my home that has matching quarter round moulding in an unusual colour. I am wanting to put down a new linoleum/tile floor in my kitchen and utility room which will mean removing the moulding. Is there some special technique to remove the moulding so that it won't crack or break? All advice is appreciated.
Thanks!

Wick

06:39AM | 10/22/99
Gently using a putty knife, pry the moulding a little area at a time working your way along the wall. The putty knife should be about 2-3 inches wide and fairly rigid. Just be sure to take your time.


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