Attach rub rails properly

Attach rub rails properly


The perfect finishing of your floor covering.

Assemble your rub rails easily and quickly

  • You can give your rubbing strips with nails. It depends on the hardness and stability of the strips. If you have very thin and easy rub rails, you can simply nailed by measuring and cutting at a distance of about 30 cm.
  • Remember, however, that your brickwork may repel this and thus unsightly holes in the protective bands arise. If you want to move behind the inguinal cable, you should also go without this method.
  • Would you like to necessarily provide your rub rails with small heads, but the nails bend when nailing into the masonry? Then you can drill into the baseboards. For this, use dowel pins that can be inserted into the respective holes made by drilling.
  • Measure for the holes at intervals from and sketch it on your rub rails. This is a very expensive way to fix the rubbing strips and spreads also still dirt. Once you have outlined the points on your bars, you can create on the wall and fasten the screws using a cordless screwdriver into the plug them now.
  • Now you do not have a third option, your rub rails to mount safely and securely. Using a mounting adhesive, you can attach your strips permanently on your walls. Record your trimmed rub rails and enter the glue evenly on the back of the bars on. Fix the skirting boards now in the appropriate places and press firmly against it.
  • Since the assembly adhesive needs 2 days to dry, you can press corresponding resistances against your rub rails. Big Books, a table or water bottles are suitable for example for it. If you notice bumps on masonry, you can apply at the appropriate places the glue on the bars thicker or thinner.
  • If you want to enhance your strips addition, you can also use hot glue. Wear this every 10 cm on the rub rails to, but not directly to the mounting adhesive. For small rub rails of hot glue alone is sufficient.
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