I always have nailed it into the studs, and patched the holes, but I was
wondering if anyone else has other suggestions. I have prepainted all
the trim pieces, and would love not to nail into them. Of course, I
could glue or calk, but I think the ability to easily remove the trim is
So, what do you want? Ease of removal or ease of installation? Why
would you have to remove it anyway? You've already stated your options.
Glue or nails. I prefer nails unless I have a concrete stem wall or
metal behind the drywall.
Do NOT under any circumstances take advice from an idiot named AMUN.
I would nail. How would you remove it if its glued to the wall and would you
not have to repair the drywall paper afterwards? Nail, patch and touch up
paint - I'm doing it right now, so far over 400 ft.
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