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Peter Oxley

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#1 posted 10-25-2008 01:26 AM

I’ve done a few of these – glued half-laps work okay for flat trim, or you can get muntin joint router bits. If you have a detailed profile, you’d probably have to do miters or muntin joints because half-laps would leave gaps. The easiest way to attach false muntins is with clear silicone – I use GE Silicone II Kitchen and Bath. If you put shallow grooves near each edge of the trim, extra silicone will get trapped in the grooves instead of squeezing out.

Interestingly, they were originally called “mullions and muntins” – mullions were the horizontal pieces and muntins were vertical … or were mullions vertical?? Anyway, now most people either call them mullions or muntins – around here they are usually called mullions.

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