Model # 57161

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null 3/4 in. x 12 in. x 72 in. White Thermally-Fused Melamine Shelf
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3/4 in. x 12 in. x 72 in. White Thermally-Fused Melamine Shelf

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3/4 in. Thermally-Fused Melamine Shelving is durable and easy to maintain. The melamine paper and resin coated surface resists scratches, chemicals and staining. This shelving is an ideal solution for any closet or storage project.

  • Easy to maintain and clean
  • Full 3/4 in. thick shelf
  • Highly durable surface
  • Edge banded four sides
  • Great for storage and shelving
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Can this be used in a bathroom closet ... will moisture be a problem?

Asked by: Foodkop
Hello Foodkop, Considering it will be located in a closet of the bathroom, there shouldn't be too much problem with moisture. I would suggest though that if you plan to cut it down for use as shelves or the like that you trim the cut edges with a veneer. This will help protect and seal the wood away from moisture. I've included a link to the edging below. I hope this helps. Cheers, Chris Melamine Edging: http://www.homedepot.com/s/melamine+edging?NCNI-5
Answered by: ChrisFixit
Date published: 2015-11-07

What is the core made of? MDF? Plywood?

Asked by: Brian
While I don't have experience with this particular product, every melamine coated panel I've ever seen had an MDF core. I'd bet you 100:1 odds this one was the same.
Answered by: Doresoom
Date published: 2017-02-01

What does "edge banded" mean? Are the edges white?

Re: 3/4 in. x 12 in. x 72 in. white thermally-fused melamine shelves: I want to use them as open shelves--i.e., three sides exposed, so the edges have to be finished somehow..
Asked by: Murphy
Edge banded means that the veneer is also applied to the edges of the sheet as well as the top. So if you don't cut into it, the whole thing will look like it's made of the melamine material.
Answered by: Doresoom
Date published: 2017-02-01
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