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burgundy43

Thanks. I'll check this out.

   
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Bruce Crawford

I had T-rails on previous tile-wood & current tile-laminate transitions betw. rooms. It's gone now, but when I had dissimilar tile-tile transitions, I used 3/8"H x 1"W oak strips stained to match baseboards. That allowed me to have totally even surface so no trip hazards. That held up fine for almost 40 yrs. until I resurfaced whole front of house in same tile.

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