Sunmica Plywood, particleboard, wooden furniture, wall panels, and flooring are all routinely finished with laminates. It is a composite artificial material formed by pressing tiny layers of flat paper and plastic resin together. The upper layer is printed with a decorative pattern or colour to make it look more appealing.
Various types of Laminates:
- Decorative Laminates:
Decorative Laminates Sheets can be used for ornamental overlays on furniture, walls, and other surfaces with a higher aesthetic appeal, finishes, and colours. Furthermore, laminates manufacturer brands, such as Amulya Mica, have been able to make extremely stunning laminates that may give the interiors a whole new look thanks to the use of Zero Finish Technology.
Decorative Laminates are simple to maintain and can be done in the following ways:
- Wipe with a clean cotton cloth soaked in a little amount of liquid detergent.
- Acetone can be used to remove stains. Don’t forget to dry after cleaning.
- Dampness can leave marks on the Laminate Sheet and cause it to deform.
- Because this isn't real wood, don't use varnish, wax, or polish.
- Wet wipes should not be used on furniture.
- Avoid using sharp items to clean
- Industrial laminates:
These laminates are more resistant to wear and tear and have a higher strength. The fire retardant, antibacterial, and chemical resistant properties of the high-performance laminates make them ideal for usage in hospitals and other industries.
- Compact Laminates:
In general, these Laminate Designs are incredibly thin and do not require any form of support or to be attached to another material.
- High-pressure (HPL) and low-pressure laminates (LPL):
There isn't much of a distinction between the two laminates; HPL is typically used with plywood, whilst LPL is typically used with MDF.
- Post formed laminates (PFL):
Post formed laminates are thinner than conventional laminates and are used to wrap around tables, columns, and other objects.
- Decorative laminates are perfect for everyday surfaces:
Decorative laminates can be utilized in the living room or bedroom floor, table tops, cabinet shutters, and other areas because they are a less expensive and environmentally beneficial alternative to solid wood items. With a wide range of realistic textures available, these offer the necessary qualities to withstand heat and moisture exposure.