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Bare chipboard edge showing in kitchen. How to finish?

Discussion in 'Wood / Woodwork / Carpentry' started by EB0, 27 Jul 2012.

  1. EB0

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    Hi! I've got a bare chipboard edge showing in my kitchen and need to finish it. Some kind of white, plastic snap-around stuff that I could cut to size would seem ideal. Have I got the right idea? Can someone point me in the right direction?

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  3. StephenW

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    You just need some iron-on edging - easily available at any DIY shop. You can get thicker plastic edging from the same places which you could glue on but it might look a bit chunky.
     
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    You can get square or round profile edging for conti board, or plastic trim used in soffit work which wraps around the edge protecting it better than a tape .
     
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