Ezitrim Mouldings - Untreated Pre Primed

Ezitrim Bevel

Ezitrim Bullnose

Ezitrim Splayed

Ezitrim Classic

Ezitrim Colonial 1

Ezitrim Colonial 2

Ezitrim Colonial NSW

Ezitrim Cornice

Ezitrim DAR - Dressed All Round - Square Edge

Ezitrim External Angle

Ezitrim Half Splay - 25mm

Ezitrim Half Splay - 33mm

Ezitrim Kirrawave

Ezitrim Lambs Tongue

Ezitrim Lining Board

Ezitrim Pencil Round

Ezitrim Quad

Ezitrim Rebated Door Jamb

Ezitrim Scotia

Ezitrim Window Reveals



REAL TIMBER FOR REAL BUILDERS

The Timber
Ezitrim is manufactured from sustainable plantation grown radiata pine ( Pinus Radiata ).
Which has been milled, kiln dried and docked to remove knots and visible imperfections.
This is then used to produce a fingerjointed / laminated  moulding or door jamb which has
no defects whilst also having the superior finish that you have come to expect from the 
Ezitrim brand.

The Glue
The glue used in the fingerjointing and laminating process is designed to give Ezitrim
strength and flexibility. The glue is moisture resistant and will withstand short term exposure
to the moisture under typical indoor building conditions. ie kitchens and bathrooms.

The Primer
The Unique feature of Ezitrim mouldings is the priming process that creates not only good
looks but a functional finish. The priming system involves up to three separate applications
of different primer formulations which are hand sanded and buffed between coats. These 
primers create a finish which helps reduce the effects of raised grain and visible finger 
joints that is both flexible and tough with the added advantage of being "top coat ready".

Painting
All nail holes should be filled with an appropriate wood filler and then sanded back to achieve
a smooth surface ( in accordance to the manufacturer's guidelines ). All dust and dirt should be
wiped away before coating all bare timber with a wood primer. Once the surface has been
prepared simply apply your preferred top coat in accordance to the paint manufacturer's 
recommendations. Ezitrim mouldings, door jambs and window reveals can be painted with
either acrylic. enamel or latex paints.

Disposal
All timber offcuts should be disposed of in a council approved landfill or incineration sites. It is 
not recommended to burn primed or painted timber in heaters or the BBQ, both indoor or 
outdoors. This product or sawdust and shavings should not be used in mulch or animal bedding.


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