I have a home-built worktable that I built out of 3/4" mdf and some
I use it for a variety of light duty tasks - painting/staining, gluing,
cutting stuff with box cutters.
I haven't been all that worried about marring up the surface; if it
gets really bad I'll just fill the scratches and repaint it. At this
point, it's got the requisite number of glue splotches, paint smear and
cuts on it.
But I'm wondering if there might be some kind of tougher surfacing I
could use, that would be more cut/scratch/gouge - resistant than
I'm thinking of rolls of lino-type stuff that I'd glue on, or something
like that roll-on pickup truck liner stuff - something that would give
me a really tough surface. I'm not really concerned about aesthetics.
I'm in Western Canada, so stuff that would be tough to get here likely
Any brilliant products out there that someone would care to plug?