VENEER - Why Should I Choose Veneer?
Veneer Furniture are more expensive than Melamine but has a high gloss look when coated with "clear coat" finishing.
Wood veneer is used to give furniture or other materials a fine wood grain appearance. It is also used to make plywood,
which consists of thin layers of wood veneer glued together. Wood
veneer comes in very thin sheets, less than 3 mm thick, and is made of
various species of finished or unfinished wood.
Wood veneer can be made from the wood of various species of trees. It is
often made from species such as cherry, oak, maple and birch, as well
as rare and exotic species such as Brazilian rosewood and eucalyptus.
There are hundreds of different types of wood veneer available. When
wood veneer is applied properly, it gives a piece the illusion that is
made entirely from the same type of wood as the veneer.
MELAMINE - Why Should I Choose Melamine?
Melamine is combined with formaldehyde to produce melamine resin, a very durable thermosetting plastic used in Formica™.
Melamine is a thin layer of "almost the same as plastic" and is not likely to scratch as easy as veneer, but is on the other hand not as shiny and stylish as veneer.
Melamine is perfect for bulk filers, pedestals, bookcases, Computer desks, boardroom tables etc.
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