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Probably worth mentioning I'm not a contractor but am fixing a previous job for my own property. Feels like my new help and I have tried everything to get trim to stick to this FRP shower. Went with FRP panels rather than a shower surround because I thought it'd be cheaper (whoops).

I am building it out for my shuttle bus conversion RV. It's a curved shower similar to an Airstream style. I'm sure the curved nature has added to its lack of stick-ability.

I bought some of this crap but it barely covers the gap (was built out of square on one side lol)
InstaTrim Peel and Stick Caulk Strips | InstaTrim® (more like insta-grim)

Picked up some stuff at the local Ace/Yeagers and it seemed to work better but no cigar.

Any ideas? We're about at our wits ends with this. And you can tell my cynicism is exponentially increasing.

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A lot of folks have had success with SherMax 350 form-a-trim. You can get it from Sherwin Williams. It comes in a small tube. It’s usually used to replace missing sections of trim, but in a pinch, you can trim a small restroom with it.

Cool thing about it is with patience and skill, you can form corner trims, medium sized baseboards, and small crown molding.


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