1/4" White Melamine Thermofuse on MDF - 24"x46"

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1/4" White Melamine Thermofuse on MDF - 24"x46"

$17.99 ea.

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1/4" White Melamine Thermofuse on MDF - 24"x46"

Full 4'x8' sheets are stocked for local pick up at any of our stores

Excellent multipurpose material for DIY projects, cabinets and shop jigs because it's durable, scratch-resistant, waterproof, stain-resistant, and easy to clean.

Tough, scratch resistant and slick panel material for building fast cabinets, shelving, work tables and more.

Core Type Particle Core
Thickness ≈1/4" (1/4" actual)
Width 24"
Length 46"
Quantity 8 square feet in 1 piece
Formaldehyde CARB2 Certified / EPA TSCA Title VI Compliant
Approximated, length or width may vary +/- 1/8"
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August 15th, 2021
Verified Buyer
As described
Material is fine as expected shipping is getting too expensive on items like this but it is what it is can't be helped.
October 14th, 2020
Verified Buyer
Semi-Professional Woodworker
Familiarity: I've used it in a LOT of projects
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