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Oak effect Semi edged Chipboard Furniture board, (L)2.5m (W)600mm (T)18mm
Features and benefits
Melamine faced chipboard is a versatile and cost-effective alternative to solid wood when completing internal projects. It can be used for many applications including the construction of furniture or shelving.
- The exposed edges can be covered with a matching iron-on edging strip to give a finished look
- Easy to clean
|Edge profile||Semi edged|
|Standard||BS EN 14322|
Product looks gd, not yet used
C22 - 12 days ago
I bought this product last month, we havent used it yet but the customer service was excellent, the young man who served us couldn't have been more helpful
This board is great - but
marc m - 7 months ago
The board is great, but the don't sell the edging to go with it, hence the low star rating
Very happy, good product
testing - 1 year ago
Bought and used 6 sheets of this and used it all with good results , the grain pattern looks good and after fixing the edge banding, and giving the sharp edges a rub I notice that any small chips on the edges (caused by cutting) seem to get blended in to the pattern.
Due to reading the 1st review I was sceptical about using this product but on inspection and use it seem fine and much like any other furniture board.
CB555 - 2 years ago
I just bought some, click and collect, for the inside of a cupboard (the only reason I didn't refuse it). The 'oak veneer' is not real, but melamine oak effect. I had suspected it might be, but the on-line description is confusing. What gets me is the rough sawn patterning on the 'veneer'. Why on earth would you want saw marks on the surface of a finished piece of furniture; it's not as if you could sand it down.
The colour is also quite pale. It was these two feature that made me think it might be real wood veneer.
I got it sawn on site. Good job I checked the finished cut, as it was 20mm out. No problem getting replacement as honest mistake by operator, but would have been peeved if 40 mile round trip wasted.
Click and Collect was fine.