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skirtings

untidy pieces of inferior quality wool from the edges of a fleece. They are removed and sold separately.
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QA room in my new house has horrible concrete skirtings.
IN our last homemaker, we looked at how to remove and fit new skirting boards, but there's far more to architectural mouldings than just skirtings.
FIXING A LAMINATE FLOOR - I prefer to remove all the skirtings before fixing laminate floors.
Inside, walls are finished in tinted plaster, with no skirtings against the floors, which themselves are of polished pale concrete.
The results look just like the old Victorian skirtings but at a fraction of the cost of solid wood.
The cutting list for this cabinet is: two shelves at 512mm x 300mm, four sides at 582mm x 500mm, one 540mm x 1180mm top piece, two bottoms lengths (each 514mm x 500mm) one skirting at 100mm x 1200mm, two skirtings at 100mm x 550mm, four doors (each 272mm x 495mm) one back at 1100mm x 582mm and four brass grill pieces at 130mm x 390mm.
Contract Notice: Take out & renew sink base units, toilet doors, supply & fit "Wetwall" to toilet walls, take down and clear away pinboards, doorsets, worktops & skirtings, supply & fit new "Sundeala" pinboards, skirtings, hat & coat hooks include belting, pipeboxing and partitions.
A The chances are the skirtings have been glued to the plasterboard, Knock a pry bar behind the skirting board then place a thin strip of wood behind the bar to protect the wall.
Skirtings in period properties are sometimes nailed to timber blocks called grounds, which are then nailed to the wall.