About Furniture Edging
A piece of furniture may look just fine except the furniture edging is worn and scarred. Buyers purchase trim available in wood veneer, rubber foam, or melamine which adheres to the furniture's edging to cover up any unsightly finish, making the furnishing appear new. The banding is manufactured to duplicate the real look of wood in popular choices such as oak, maple, cherry, walnut, and in white or black gloss to repair kitchen cabinet door edges. The edging comes on self-adhesive rolls 18 mm wide and approximately 10 metres long. Many buyers use a product called T-trim that may closely match the original material which fits into an existing slot routed into the edges of tabletops and counters in motorhomes. This simple solution saves owners from having to replace the entire piece and is as simple as cutting the piece to size and pressing it into the opening. Even babies stay protected when parents apply cushioned, non-toxic baby guard edging to table corners, making corners soft and harmless.