Snap-in fastener

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Snap-in fastener

fasteners eFinished result using Maler-fasteners.
You can, of course, install baseboards also traditionally with nails or screws. General installation instructions of baseboards can be found here.
With Maler -mounting plate you can install baseboards with groove for Snap-in fastener. < See image on the left.
The fastener folds for both inner and outer corners.


Simple is brilliant: the mounting plate allows quick connection screwed to the wall and the list pressed onto the bracket. Mounting is quick, a list of the surface remain fully intact aftermath of the installation and the floor is saved from damage.




1. Attach fasteners about 50 cm apart (Figure 1). If the wall has a curvature, put a mark in the deepest points of the wall for extra fasteners. (Figure 2).
2. Take into account the baseboard details and room corners that each connection point has a fastener. Even further, miter, connecting, corner and the end pieces should be attached by snap-in fasteners (Installation instructions are in the packaging of these products).
3. Cut the baseboards of one wall/room to the dimensions you need.
4. The mounting plate (Figure 6) is used in 42 mm and the lower baseboards. More than 42 mm high, use additional platform.
5. Press the fastener to the mounting plate's end, where the grooves are. The fastener fits into place so that the fastener holes meet the openings.
6. Secure the fasteners locations you marked on the wall (Figure 3). Use the Maler screws or for stone walls Maler nail plugs.
7. Remove the mounting plate and place the next fastener.
8. Press the baseboard top-down to the fastener (Figures 4-5).




Installing baseboards more than 42 mm high