Trim Installation

Trim Installation

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Installing L Trims

Inside Corner and Last Tile in Row

Edge and Corner Trims

J-Trims are used to finish the terminal end of tiles when not adjoined to anything. To install, don’t dispense adhesive a few inches from the tile’s edge where you intend to use the J-Trim. This will allow the trim to slide into place. Dispense a bead of sealant into the receiving channel of the trim and then press the trim into place.

Palisade J-Trim drawing
Palisade J-Trim application drawing

Inside Corner Trim should be attached with adhesive to the substrate. Dispense a small bead of adhesive directly to the substrate corner or on the trim itself. Also dispense a bead of sealant into each of the trim’s channels to prevent water from reaching the substrate.

Palisade J-Trim drawing
Palisade J-Trim application drawing

L-Trims are used to cover existing exposed tiles to provide a finished look (see drawing below). Install by dispensing a thin bead of sealant on the Palisade side and a thin bead of adhesive on the substrate side. Press trim into place. If trim will not stay in place, use some masking or painter’s tape to hold until adhesive sets.

Palisade L-Trim drawing
Palisade L-Trim application drawing