Materials

Melamine wood

Laminated panels consist of chipboard lined on one or both sides with melamine paper – a synthetic material produced by impregnating very thin sheets of paper with melamine resin. The finished products are generally referred to as ‘melamine panels’. The panels may also be in medium-density fibreboard (MDF). Melamine-lined panels are extremely resistant to scratching and solvents, and thanks to their low cost are widely used in the furniture industry. The appearance of the product can be further enhanced by the application of varnishes or by the use of textured melamine papers which reproduce the look of real wood. MAINTENANCE: Always use a mild neutral detergent to clean melamine panels. Near basins, especially if the water is hard, the surface may become stained by limescale. This may be removed simply by wiping with a sponge and a little vinegar (or a special scale remover), and then rinsing and drying carefully. Do not use acids or abrasive products, as these may cause the polished surface to fade. Do not leave scale-removing products in contact with the surface for long periods, as these may leave stains.

110 matt white

110 matt white 20170718

146 "cook" oak

146 "cook" oak 20170718

147 "safari" oak

147 "safari" oak 20170718

210 seta

210 seta 20170718

211 igloo

211 igloo 20170718

216 eastwood

216 eastwood 20170718

261 expanse

261 expanse 20170718

262 ghadira

262 ghadira 20170718

263 reno

263 reno 20170718

265 tivoli

265 tivoli 20170718

643 BETON

643 BETON 20170718

649 GLAUCO

649 GLAUCO 20190402

218 vic

218 vic 20190402

270 reflex perla

270 reflex perla 20190402

271 reflex carbon

271 reflex carbon 20190402

272 pecan

272 pecan 20190402

222 gif

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268 cross

268 cross 20210316

273 hiro

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274 laos

274 laos 20210316

275 evoke

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276 kiki

276 kiki 20210316