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Old 03-11-2012, 08:38 AM  
bignanuet
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Default Repairing Fading J-Channel

I am looking for an easy-out on repairing weather worn j-Channel above round windows. I am hoping to cover it and avoid removing the siding to completely replace it. I have 2 large half-moons and the old j-channel is really an eye sore. Any products out there to wrap it or cover it somehow?



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Old 03-11-2012, 10:20 AM  
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Without a picture it's anyones guess how it was done.
Most often it was done with flexable J molding.
Even when new to me it looks dingy.
A good cleaning and an a coat of 100% acrilex latex paint should make it look like new.

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