Hume Pinetrim plus primed mouldings is a natural product and is manufactured from sustainable plantation grown Pine. Hume Pinetrim plus uses a manufacturing process that removes all knots and visible Imperfections and is fingerjointed for increased stability.
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Cutting & Joining
When cutting always cut through the front to help eliminate fibre tear and when joining Pinetrim mouldings we recommend mitre cuts be used and the joint glued using PVA adhesive.
Use the correct size finishing brads to suit the thickness of mouldings so that a minimum framing penetration of 25mm is reached. It is important not to over fix silktrim as this may causing bruising or splitting. Refer to our handy guide within the Pinetrim installation download.
Before painting, fill all nail holes, lightly sand and clean. Apply two coats of quality Acrylic or Enamel paint, lightly sand between coats.Learn more
Hume Doors & Timber embraces environmental awareness, protection and enhancement. We are commitment to using suppliers who achieve sustainable management of natural forest and safeguard the ecological balance and global ethics. We ensure that our preferred suppliers of Pinetrim have FSC® Certification and/or similar independent accreditation and abide by guidelines and hold the principles of these standards.
We will not use, manufacture or market any product or service unless we have total satisfaction that it can be achieved safely and with care for the environment.Learn more
Pinetrim Plus primed is a kiln dried natural product and care must be taken to ensure the product remains dry at all times during storage and delivery to site. Kiln dried products will absorb moisture from the atmosphere, which can lead to dimensional change. For the best results protect from moisture, excessive heat, and direct sunlight.Learn more
Hume Pinetrim Plus primed mouldings is a natural product which has been milled, kiln dried and docked to remove all knots and visible Imperfections. Hume Pinetrim is fingerjointed for increased stability. Fingerjointing produces clear, defect free and straight timber which is perfect for use as skirting boards and architraves around your home.