Working on steps


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Old 03-14-09, 02:26 PM
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Working on steps

I am going to be installing some 3/8 inch thick by 3" wide teak on a set of steps and in a hallway. I am planning on installing stair noses but im not sure the best way to do this. I had planned to nail them as well as all the flooring but I now see they dont have the nailing tongue that the planks do. I have some Bruce hardwood glue (Connection PR+) that I had used on a previous job that worked well but Im not sure it will work for this application. Anyone have any advise on the best way to attach the stair noses? Also should I try to nail the planks on the steps or glue them down as well.

Thanks in advance for any assistance.
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Old 03-14-09, 07:18 PM
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screws and bungs.

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Old 03-28-09, 01:35 PM
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It is best to glue with urathane adhesive such as liquid nail or PL.
 
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Old 04-04-09, 03:11 PM
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Your steps should be fully glued with hardwood flooring glue, and the nosings nailed near the back of the piece. the connection pr+ glue will work, but I would suggest using an adhesive that was made less than a year ago- that pr+ glue has surely past the shelf life. Using liquid nails will give you loose, squeaky steps, so I don't recommend it.
 
 

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