Tuesday, 1 April 2014  |

Veneer is a thin covering of wood, used in woodworking, and designed to be glued onto a board such as MDF. There are several types and it has many uses and advantages over using solid wood.

Sunday, 9 February 2014  |

Plastic Edge Banding is made of various polymers including PVC, ABS & PP. It is highly durable and is used extensively across the furniture industry. It is available in a large range of colours and finishes as well as widths.

Plastic Edge Banding

Thursday, 6 February 2014  |

Melamine edging is a great way to conceal the raw edges of a variety of boards such as MDF and is also ideal for home repair jobs. It comes in a multitude of colours and finishes and is very easy to work with.

Melamine Edging Tape

Thursday, 16 January 2014  |

Sealing MDF edges can be time consuming and messy. Paintable Edge Banding Tape is a great alternative which provides a quick and clean way to attain a perfect edge on your MDF boards or other panels such as Plywood or Chipboard.

Sealing MDF Edges

Thursday, 16 January 2014  |

Follow the 5 simple steps to apply your edge banding tape for great results.

Applying Edge Banding

Thursday, 16 January 2014  |

Follow our step by step guide on painting MDF edges and achieve a great result on your boards.

2 CommentsThursday, 16 January 2014  |

White Oak has a closed grain and it's colouring may vary from light to darker brown or brown with yellow tones. White Oak veneer boards, where a thin layer of Oak is applied to the face of a material such as plywood or MDF, have major advantages over using solid oak timber, as well as being more economical they do not warp and are relatively flaw free which means less waste.

Oak Veneer Edging

Thursday, 16 January 2014  |

Teak is a highly valued timber mainly due to it's water resistance and durability. It has a tight, generally straight grain and high oil content which make it particularly desirable for outdoor applications such as boat making. Teak Veneer is a thin layer of Teak laid over a board such as MDF, Plywood or Chipboard.

Teak Veneer

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