Cleaning and properly prepping your replacement window is imperative before you install your trim.  Use these tips to help achieve the best results for optimum contact and less failure.

Tip 1

Make sure the trim always has ¾” of adhesive contact on window frame.  Note: Keep on hand 2- ¼” trim for jobs that have larger gaps to cover, insuring full ¾’ adhesive contact

Tip 2

Though our adhesive is water-resistant, vinyl surfaces must be free of dust, oil and moisture to create the strongest bond.

Tip 3

Apply a final bead of caulking to achieve a permanent seal between the trim and drywall.  If the gap the trim is covering exceeds 1” be sure to use a quality elastomeric sealant to hold trim to drywall.