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I installed laminate floor this past weekend and would like to know what people use to trim the cut edges around wheel-well and rear seat mounts.
My limited Jig Saw skill left some visual opening gap that I’d like to fill.

I’ve been looking for 90 degree “L” shaped rubber strip that can cover the cut edges and some of the gap but nowhere to be found.

I’m planning to use the 90 degree aluminum edge trim for sliding door and tail door edges.

I’d appreciate any advice.
 

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Thanks for the reply.
Looks nice and clean.
 

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Did you ever find what you were looking for? I am also wondering what works best to cover the edge and make it look more finished?

Anyone have a specific product they used and liked?
 

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Did you ever find what you were looking for? I am also wondering what works best to cover the edge and make it look more finished?

Anyone have a specific product they used and liked?
Hello, wondering if you decided on edging for your floor. We are trying to find a kind of flexible stair nose trim or some sort of flexible trim to wrap around the curve of the sliding door step. Dirt and muck a big problem, can't figure out how to wrap around the curve. Thanks!
 
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