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Old 03-12-2009, 03:36 PM
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Once the fabric was attached to the inside of the molding frame, I could finish gluing the vinyl on the back of the molding just like I did with all the other moldings in this tutorial. Here are the finished moldings.

This was not an easy job, and I would caution you to think twice about trying something like this on your own if it's the first moldings you are attempting. You will get glue all over the fabric, but don't worry, it will come off easily with mineral spirits. Wipe the glue off as soon as possible, it's a lot harder to remove after it has completely dried and cured for a while.
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