factory wholesale good quality Various color T molding edge trim Supply to Japan

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Feature   1. Mold production, within-house tooling, reduced the developing cost.   Mold charge can be return when comes to a certain quantity. 2. Accept your required quantity at initial development. 3. High technology in plastic extrusion . 4. Good service from beginning to ending and after-sales. Treat customer as friend. 5. Good quality by virgin material and strict quality control. 6. Fast & cheap delivery by getting big discount from long cooperation forwarder. 7. Smooth,flat surface...


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Our company puts emphasis on the management, the introduction of talented personnel, and the construction of staff building, trying hard to improve the quality and liability consciousness of staff members. Our company successfully attained IS9001 Certification and European CE Certification of Wood/Steel Cabinet With Plastic Roller Shutters China Manufacturer , Pvc Hydroponic Water System For Green Vegetable for Sale , U shape PVC strip , We warmly welcome friends from all walks of life to seek mutual cooperation and create a more brilliant and splendid tomorrow.
factory wholesale good quality Various color T molding edge trim Supply to Japan Detail:

Feature

 

1. Mold production, within-house tooling, reduced the developing cost.
  Mold charge can be return when comes to a certain quantity.
2. Accept your required quantity at initial development.
3. High technology in plastic extrusion .
4. Good service from beginning to ending and after-sales. Treat customer as friend.
5. Good quality by virgin material and strict quality control.
6. Fast & cheap delivery by getting big discount from long cooperation forwarder.

7. Smooth,flat surface. Low shrinkage rate. Good heat and weather resistance.

 

Product Specification:

 

Product Name

Various Color T Molding Edge Trim

Material

PVC/customized to your requirements

Color

Various, customized

Size

Various

Usage

Used in furniture protection

Feature

Eco-friendly, Protective

Customization

According to your request ( drawing ,sample or idea)

Packing

According to customer’s requirements

Sample Delivery Time

7 Days

Delivery Time

About 15 days after received your order or negotiation

Our Service

1 Making molds depending on customer’s samples .

2 All specifications according to customers’ request.

3 We can customize any products according to the drawing.

4 More details, welcome to consulting


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    Immaculate greatroom with a delightful blend of classic and rustic chic, located on a quiet, private north/south lot. The Flora model is popular due to its large greatroom w/ natural gas fireplace and wonderfully lit niches, its 2 huge bedrooms, and eat in kitchen with tons of cabinet space and window over the sink. The classic styling of this home’s raised panel white cabinets, crown molding, dual panel white doors, and 4” white basswood plantation shutters, blend charmingly with the contrasting grizzly oak floor look in the greatroom and whitewashed barnwood style in the bath. Other features include ultra high efficiency AC, built in office in the breakfast nook, soft H20 and RO system, tons of garage storage, beautifully epoxied garage floor, and expanded driveway.



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    You flick the switch and… everything’s not illuminated? It may be your lamp needs a quick overhaul. Hey, lighten up, we’re here to help.

    Step 1: Strip down lamp
    Unplug the lamp and remove its shade, harp, and bulb.

    Step 2: Remove covering
    With the folded blanket or towel beneath it, turn the lamp on its side and peel back or remove any felt covering the base.

    Step 3: Loosen screw
    Turn the lamp right side up and look for a screw at the base of the socket. If there is one, loosen it with the screwdriver. Some older sockets simply screw on to the lamp top and just need to be unscrewed. For some lamps it may be necessary to unscrew and take out the knob in order to unscrew the socket.

    Step 4: Cut socket
    Pull the socket up about 6 inches above the lamp and cut the cord where it emerges from the bottom of the socket. Throw the socket away.

    Step 5: Cut cord
    If it seems like threading the new cord up through the lamp will be difficult, tie a knot in the old cord where it sticks out at the top, then cut the cord about 10 inches from the bottom of the lamp.

    Tip
    If threading the new cord up through the lamp won’t be difficult, don’t tie a knot—simply turn the lamp on its side, pull out the old cord, and thread through the new cord. Then skip ahead to Step 9.

    Step 6: Strip wire & cord
    At the cut end of the old cord, pull apart the two strands for about 2 inches. Use the stripper tool on your wire cutter to strip about half an inch of insulation from each end, exposing each wire. Do the same with the end of the new cord.

    Tip
    If you don’t have a pair of wire cutters and strippers handy, use a sharp pair of scissors to gently score the outer coating of insulation all the way around each wire and then pull it off.

    Step 7: Splice ends
    Twist—or “splice”—the exposed ends of the old cord around the exposed ends of the new cord, and wrap the splice tightly with electrical tape.Don’t use so much tape that the splice ends up wider than the opening it needs to fit through.

    Step 8: Throw away cord
    Pull the old cord out through the top of the lamp until the splice emerges and the new cord is about 6 inches above the top of the lamp. Snip the electrical tape, undo the splice, and throw away the old cord.

    Step 9: Take apart socket
    Take the new socket apart by pinching the top part—or “shell”—near the base and twisting it free.

    Step 10: Knot strands
    Pass the two strands of cord up through the socket base, and tie an “Underwriters Knot” by making a loop with each strand of the split cord, looping away from where the strands meet, then passing the end of each strand through the opposite loop and pulling tight.

    Step 11: Wrap wire
    Determine which strand of wire is smooth, with no ribs—this is the “hot” or “positive” wire. Loosen the brass screw of the new socket and wrap the “hot” wire once around it. Make sure the edge of the insulation is right up against the screw and no excess wire is sticking out past it. Tighten the screw to hold the wire in place.

    Step 12: Wrap other wire
    Wrap the other (ribbed) wire—also known as the “neutral” wire—under the other screw and tighten.

    Step 13: Reassemble socket
    Reassemble the socket by twisting the shell back onto the base. Pull the cord from the bottom of the lamp until the socket is back in place, then tighten the base screw to secure it.

    Step 14: Re-affix covering
    Re-affix the felt covering by lining the exposed part of the base with hot glue and pressing the felt back into place.

    Tip
    If you completely removed the felt you can create a new covering to replace it. Using the lamp base as a guide, cut the felt into the right shape, then glue it to the base.

    Step 15: Screw in bulb
    Screw in a light bulb, replace the harp and the shade, plug in your “new” lamp… and bask in the glow of your success.

    Did You Know?
    Indoor lights and light bulbs were widely available by 1900, but most homes weren’t wired for electricity until the 1920s and ’30s.

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