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Q: We’re installing laminate flooring upstairs. How do we hide the cuts that are beside the top of the banister (the flat part that is about 5 inches wide and holds the spindles). We started putting the floor down at the wall and are finishing beside the banister. What should we use for banister molding? Do we use a shoe molding? Thanks you for your help.

A: You will no doubt have to improvise to find a solution to this. Perhaps some sort of very tiny shoe mold or flat cap of some sort.

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