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What is Scribe Molding?

Scribe molding is a piece of wood that is used to cover inconsistencies between cabinet units and walls or ceilings. It lends a finished look to the cabinet’s appearance.

Scribe molding is a thin strip of wood that covers gaps or inconsistencies where the cabinet meets the ceiling or wall. The piece of wood is typically straight on the end that is placed against the wall, but the other end is curved to fit the cabinet. Scribe molding is often used instead of other types of trim, such as dentil or crown molding. It is less expensive and provides a simple yet finished look to the final product. The strip of wood can easily be attached to the existing cabinet units using staples or small nails. While scribe molding is often used in new houses, it is a great way to hide any imperfections in the walls or ceilings of older buildings.

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