Rated 4.9 out of 5Â by 7
Rated 5 out of 5Â by diydood DIYDOOD
I bought 1 and had staff cut for me (free)
I made counter top,,2 sides for a dishwasher ,,and (2)1x5 foot shelves
easy to work with,beutiful results ,,and looks pro(:
June 3, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by John great stuff
I build reptile enclosures for a living and this is all I use because it is so easy to wipe down if something is spilled on it or an animal goes to the bathroom the only downside to this is that you must predrill all the holes which can be time consuming but it makes a enclosure look great
June 1, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Hillbilly1 This melamine is not 3/4" thick
I bought this product seeing that the online specifications show that it is 3/4" thick. I designed my project for 3/4" thick dadoes throughout. The boards I cut COULD NOT be driven into a 49/64" slot. (allowing 1/64" for fit-up) Now I have to go back and change all my drawing measurements to 25/32" because the panels are just a tad thicker than specified. Either this product is not milled to specs or Home Depot needs to change the measurements in it's description.
FOI: The edges were not swelled. I measured the thickness from a center cut.
July 11, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by bjp182 It is melamine
It's melamine. It was white and in fine condition. I ordered 16 sheets via Web which was nice. The order was ready for the next day all bundled. Guys loaded it on my trailer as well. Used for cabinets
April 15, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Mike Excellent materiel
I have used this mel board for decades both black and white to make cabinets, desks, office counters, computer work centers, and shelving. I even used it in my kitchen as a temporary sink counter for four years until I could replace it with the real thing. It held up very well for being in a wet place but I don't recommend it for that.
The desks and counters I made for commercial offices were heavily used and lasted for 15+ years until the warehouse was totally rebuilt. You can edge it with white edging tape or use solid hardwoods. You can also use vinyl Tee molding (commonly called "slap" molding. It is best cut, in my opinion, with 1/4" carbide tipped router bits.
I am currently making a sewing room for my wife and I will use this materiel for a sturdy sewing table, extensions, and work area.
August 23, 2010