I have typical white laminate cabinets with fake wood edging. They
are about 12 years old and the wood edging is deteriorating and
peeling. Does anyone know if material is available to repair the wood
Edge banding material is commonly used in cabinet making. Comes in
variety of "woods" and is ironed on with iron set for almsot hottest
material, (senior moment and can't think of material). Is 13/16" wide
so trimming is needed but done easily.
On 16 Feb 2004 08:22:45 -0800, email@example.com (Rich Anton) wrote:
A quick search on google show this site can supply you with banding:
Set iron to the hottest setting and run once over the edge with the iron and
follow the iron with a block of wood to hold the tape down while it cools.
Don't let the iron sit too long on the veneer.
Trim the tape with a sanding block, file, plane knife or plane. I prefer
using a plane but watch out for funky grains.
To do a square box cut the top and bottom tapes 1/8" or less short of the
inside dimension of the box and glue those first. Then butt the vertical
pieces to them.
(Rich Anton) wrote:
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