Laminate flooring in Bathrroms - edging for around the loo

Postby jojo » Thu Jun 07, 2007 11:49 am


Please can anyone shed any light on an issue I have. My mum and I recently fitted a laminate floor in my bathroom.
We bought edging/trim for around the skirting but need something to fill some slight gaps around the loo and sink, where we havent cut it exactly flush to the pedstal.
Can anyone suggest anything? We thought of using a white or coloured sealant, but does such a thing exist as a flexible trim that you can bend to fit around the pedstal?

If anyone has any ideas...please respond

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Postby thedoctor » Fri Jun 08, 2007 8:06 am

No trim exists but flexible sealant is the thing to use. Almost every laminate floor has a matching coloured sealant now.
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