Step 3: Apply Adhesive to Trim Edges

polyurethane construction adhesive
Photo Brian Wilder
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When the primer dries, Vietri squeezes a bead of polyurethane construction adhesive over the edges of the old wood trim. He immediately beds the new plinth's mitered side pieces into the goop, which is both strong and waterproof.
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      Hammer
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    Shopping List

    1. FLASHING MEMBRANE

    2. OIL-BASED PRIMER

    3. POLYURETHANE CONSTRUCTION ADHESIVE

    4. PVC-SOLVENT-BASED CEMENT

    5. ACRYLIC GLAZING PUTTY

    6. ACRYLIC PRIMER

    7. 100-PERCENT ACRYLIC PAINT