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Thread: Placing foam cove

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    Placing foam cove

    My sand floor is even with the top of the bottom rail of the wall. I was going to place pad down, then use foam cove (and wall foam),, but the notch in the cove wouldn't be sitting on the rail, but up above it. Has anyone ever done this, and do you think it would be a mistake?
    thanks, any help is appreciated.

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    Re: Placing foam cove

    Hello and welcome to TFP! I see you haven't received a reply yet on your post about a foam cove. Web issues have been giving us fits. I just wanted to let you know we haven't forgotten about you. This reply should get your posting updated back to the top of the queue where hopefully someone experienced with your specific question can provide some constructive answers. Thanks for checking-in with TFP, and have a great day.
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