Construction

Polygloss is made by bonding a 75 micron clear film of Polyester onto the surface of a double faced melamine board with MDF substrate. Finished thickness is 19mm. As the film of Polyester is clear, the colour of the finished board is determined by the colour of the melamine board. The colour range includes plain colours and wood-grains as determined by the range of colours of melamine board.

Colour Matching

These boards are colour fast, which means that the colour variations from batch to batch is minimized, outside of natural aging, making it easier to replace a component on installation.

Edging

Whilst every effort is made to have a 100% edging/board match, sometimes this is not always possible. This can be due to various reasons of which some are: the two products being of different materials as well age at l as product that is available. Please see our matches as per our official samples. In conjunction with natural ageing, that different materials age at different rates and in different ways. This may result in different shades between board and edging emerging as the products age.

Scratch Resistance

Polygloss is scratch resistant to the extent that you can rub steel wool on the surface and it will not scratch.

Maintenance

Once the protective film has been removed, surfaces are to be polished with an acrylic enriched polish. Thereafter, where necessary, marks can be removed with a damp microfibre cloth or a very weak solution of soapy water (no other chemicals to be used). See Handling Tips

Board Sizes

U1379 Magnolia – 2655 x 1030 x 19mm

All other Boards – 2800 x 1030 x 19mm

Colours Available

While Stock Last.

U100 Muschel

U741 Lava

H336 Castello

U1688 Brombeer

U795 Fango

R5339 Buche

U1200 Black Flower

Colours Available

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