I have just laid laminate flooring, all i have to do now is fit new skirting boards. In other rooms I have used timber sanding, undercoating and glossing.
I have drilled and screwed some to the wall filling the untrue corners and screw heads, but the last room I done I used liquid nails for fixing to wall and filling and found it very effective. So I wont be drilling the skirting this time.
This time I was thinking of using white melamine skirting to save on having to sand and paint.
I'd imagine i'd have to use masking tape whilst cutting to stop the melamine chipping.
Is this type of skirting any good ?
Does the filler show more where corners aren't a true 45 degree's as it wont be painted over ?
Will it last or does is discolour quickly ?
Any help greatly appreciated.