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    Hi guys would anyone know where i can get a t type edging to put between 2 pieces of melamine boards.
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    Bunnings? Might need some more detail.

    https://www.bunnings.com.au/metal-ma...strip_p1079284

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    That would be perfect if it was white but I could get it powder coated. If I can't find anything I will go with this.

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    Paint ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boily View Post
    Hi guys would anyone know where i can get a t type edging to put between 2 pieces of melamine boards.
    thanks
    just to satisfy my curiosity "why"????
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    tom armstrong
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    I am building a wardrobe and have put melamine boards on the wall as backing and have a join and I want to just neaten it up.

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    Not as a joiner, but as a join cover I have used these mouldings by removing the back part, leaving a spline. I then just silicone it in place between the two boards: https://www.bunnings.com.au/brutus-6...ision_p1100630

    Maybe the same is available for 16mm board!? (can get 13mm for plasterboard)

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    That would be my answer to for simplicity and convenience

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    why not just Iron on some white crappy Hmr/chipboard edging @ 30cents/meter or whatever it costs by the roll or remainder of roll from cunnings.

    surely cheap if you lay it on a straight edge or a line over the seam ?


    it covers large screw holes and all sorts of sins.


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