We have a bathroom cabinet which still looks nice with the exception that part
of one side of the cabinet has the chipboard slightly exposed due to slight
damage to the veneer.
It would be difficult to replace without having to pull bath out.
Initial thoughts were to use angled fascia (9mm) to cover the corner. Have
tested and this would look good - with exception to thickness would make doors
Another thought - to make it a thinner "wrap" was to use white sticky back
plastic. Plastic being water resistant but thin enough to both cover the damage
without pulling doors too far away from cabinet.
Any comments or other ideas?
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