Internet #204217201

Model # 03white

0737223022006

13/16 in. x 250 ft. White Melamine Edgebanding with Hot Melt Adhesive

$ 25 32

Overview

Refinishing antiques, adding that special touch, repairing or restoring your furniture has never been easier. Veneer edgings are made from the finest grade materials and backed with high quality adhesive for easy and trouble free installation. Find popular sizes and highest quality for your projects.

Frequently Bought Together

Frequently Bought Together

Product Overview

Refinishing antiques, adding that special touch, repairing or restoring your furniture has never been easier. Veneer edgings are made from the finest grade materials and backed with high quality adhesive for easy and trouble free installation. Find popular sizes and highest quality for your projects.
  • Designed for desks, tables, dressers, cabinets, antiques, drawers, shelving and doors
  • Applies to wood, particleboard, plywood, and even metal
  • Strong hot melt adhesive makes in home use trouble free
  • Simply use a household iron set to the highest setting (cotton) and run along edging until hot melt is melted
  • Easy to trim and apply with standard in home tools - or try Edgemate hand held edge trimmer and hand iron to apply
  • Matches melamine and real wood panels sold by The Home Depot
  • Click to learn how to select the right lumber for your project

Product Overview

Model #: 03white
Internet #: 204217201

Refinishing antiques, adding that special touch, repairing or restoring your furniture has never been easier. Veneer edgings are made from the finest grade materials and backed with high quality adhesive for easy and trouble free installation. Find popular sizes and highest quality for your projects.

  • Designed for desks, tables, dressers, cabinets, antiques, drawers, shelving and doors
  • Applies to wood, particleboard, plywood, and even metal
  • Strong hot melt adhesive makes in home use trouble free
  • Simply use a household iron set to the highest setting (cotton) and run along edging until hot melt is melted
  • Easy to trim and apply with standard in home tools - or try Edgemate hand held edge trimmer and hand iron to apply
  • Matches melamine and real wood panels sold by The Home Depot
  • Click to learn how to select the right lumber for your project

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
.8125 in
Product Height (in.)
10 in
Product Width (in.)
10 in

Details

Accessory Type
Edgebanding
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
None

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
.8125 in
Product Height (in.)
10 in
Product Width (in.)
10 in

Details

Accessory Type
Edgebanding
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
None

Questions & Answers

Do I need Iron and trimmer for this?

Do you need an edge banding iron for this? Also I am using a 3/5 in. thick panel. Do I need a trimmer? It's the first time I am trying a shelving Project. Thanks in advance.
Asked by: Pepe
Also, you can use a regular household iron without steam. Expect not to use the iron again on clothes, obviously.
Answered by: Bob
Date published: 2019-02-13

What's the best router bit for trimming this after application. I'm looking or a slight bevel so objects don't catch along the edge.

I haven't done laminating in 20 years, and never with my own equipment, so I'm looking for advice. I'm going to be building a homework/computer desk from a 3/4" sheet of your melamine stock. I want to finish the edge after cutting. This product (13/16" Melamine edgebanding) looks like the correct fit, but I want to trim it to a slight bevel, between 10 and 22.5 degrees, so that sliding things on/off the desktop doesn't catch the edge and peel off the laminate. Is there a recommended bit for this product, or laminates in general? I'm purchasing the Bosch router with plunge kit from you as well, if that makes a difference. http://www.homedepot.com/p/Bosch-2-25-HP-Plunge-and-Fixed-Base-Router-Kit-1617EVSPK/100341666?quantity=1
Asked by: iconoclastic
This post was so old, that I assume you have already solved this problem, but you don't need a router to finish the edges. A simple paint scraper, sharpened with a file works great. Then you just use a sanding block with fine sandpaper to lightly sand the edges.
Answered by: rancher
Date published: 2017-04-23

Can the product be painted?

Asked by: Rae
Yes, if you choose a paint specifically for over plastic application. I know many spray paints designed for plastic surfaces, but you would have to ask about brush on paints for plastic. Latex is not going to be a good choice for this product.
Answered by: Bob
Date published: 2019-02-13

I've used a paint stripping hot air gun by Wagner to apply edge banding in the past. Is there any reason not to.

I know it can burn if the gun is kept in one place too long
Asked by: Dack
most hot air guns are too hot, and melt the material. Just stay with the iron, it is simple.
Answered by: rancher
Date published: 2017-04-12
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