Laminate Doors inspection checklist and quality control

Laminate Doors inspection checklist and quality control

  • Texture is smooth and matte, smooth and glossy, or matte wood-grained, and is consistent.
  • Available in many solid colours, as well as finishes that mimic wood.
  • Colour and grain pattern, if any, are consistent.
  • Doors are edged with matching or Aluminum PVC edge banding.
  • Easy to clean.
  • Highly scratch, dent, water, and stain-resistant, though high-gloss laminate requires a little more care to prevent scratching.
  • Low-cost alternative to wood and painted products, and is more durable and easy to maintain.
  • Either high pressure laminate or low pressure melamine is heat-bonded to a particleboard core (Merit’s particleboard is furniture-grade and eco-friendly).
  • Can be susceptible to heat and steam damage if proper precautions are not taken.
  • Door corners and edge-banding can wear over time.
  • Slab doors with textured woodgrain laminate lend a clean, chic look to contemporary interiors.
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