I don't get what this is. Looks like a fine film that came off a bathroom
cabinet in a couple small places and was overhanging an edge. It curled up
as I removed it from the edge. If someone knows what this is and how to
repair the small spots I'd be appreciative.
On 12/12/2012 7:34 AM, email@example.com wrote:
The picture isn't particularly great owing to what is the background but
I think the other poster's more than likely correct.
What would help make sure would be better closeup of the piece and then
a closeup (in focus :) ) of the area of the cabinet from which it came...
If it's very new your best hope is to see if you can get the builder to
upgrade to something better would be my best guess...
I put the best pictures I could get up for viewing :( This house was a flip
and I don't know who did the installation. Some posters seem to think it's
enamel. It is quite glossy.
May have to have someone look at it and determine what it really is.
The photo looks like there is real wood under a really bad, peeling and
cracking paint job. Is the peeling stuff brittle? If so, it looks like
enamel that was applied without a primer and then perhaps got some
moisture intrusion to cause it to peel.
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