Edge banding or edging is widely used for home decoration. This interior product is typically used to cover and seal the exposed sides of materials such as plywood, particle board or MDF, giving them a far superior appearance.
It can be made of different materials such as PVC, ABS, acrylic, melamine and wood or wood veneer.
Edge Banding Application Range
Edge banding can be used on any furniture in kitchen, bedroom, bathroom and office. When used in wood projects, edging can help the user change the style and look of the grain in the wood.
There are a variety of edge banding materials to choose from. Popular materials available in the market include PVC, specialist edge banding, ABS and real wood edge banding. Among these materials, edgings made of ABS are Eco friendly and thermally resilient. Edging made of these materials are available in various colours, finishes and textures, offering you the flexibility to choose a colour that best matches your interior.
Features of Edge Banding Materials
Edge Banding materials come with many handy features which include:
- Easy installation
- Scratch resistance
- Easy to cut, edge banding can be shaped to fit the project
It also offers you the following advantages:
- Gives a far superior appearance to furniture
- Offers unlimited choice of colours and finishes
Before buying a material, make sure that you get a sample of the colour you choose. Colours can vary dramatically depending on the lighting environment or the computer screen you are using. If you are looking for a unique edge banding application, you can choose one among the wide range of materials and finishes displayed at the David Clouting website.
Visit our product page to learn more about edge banding.