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# B-401

Orac Decor | High Density Polyurethane Corbel | Primed White | 6-1/8in H

Orac Decor | High Density Polyurethane Corbel | Primed White | 6-1/8in H

Orac Decor | High Density Polyurethane Corbel | Primed White | 6-1/8in H

# B-401
  • This Orac Decor corbel is an elegant accent piece which can be used in archways, fireplace mantels, for wall mounted shelves and more.
  • Extremely lightweight and easy to handle during isntallation, unlike traditional wood or plaster corbels.
  • Can be used in both indoor and outdoor environments and is impervious to moisture when properly finished.
  • Supplied with a wooden cleat for easy attachment.
  • Orac Decor Adhesives are recommended for proper installation.
  • Made of high density polyurethane foam, a proprietary polymer blend formulated to create deep reliefs and crisp details.
  • Easily installed with tradtional woodworking tools allowing you to cut down on cost and labor.
  • Can be painted or faux finished with any quality latex or oil based product. When staining, use a non-penetrating gel stain
  • 6-1/8" High x 4-1/2" Wide x 2-3/4" Deep

Quantity Pricing

Buy1+
$20.15
  • Item ships within 1 - 2 Business Days.

This product is subject to a $5.00 Packing Fee.

Specifications

Load Bearing Decorative Use Only
Copyright Yes
Width 4-1/2"
Product Weight .35 lbs per piece
Installation Type Glue,Nail
Height 6-1/8"
Adhesive Information Must use Orac Decor Adhesive for proper installation. See Adhesive Information under the Documents Tab.
Recommended Tools Standard Woodworking Tools
Material High Density Polyurethane Foam. A proprietary polymer blend formulated to create deep reliefs and crisp details.
Moisture Resistant Yes
Texture Smooth
Indoor Outdoor Use Indoor and Outdoor Use. When using outdoors, must be finished properly.
Paintable/Stainable Can be painted or faux finished with any quality latex or oil based product. When staining, use a non-penetrating gel stain.
Rot Resistant Yes
Projection 2-3/4"
Termite Resistant Yes
Patent Yes
Finish Primed white, ready to paint.

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