Texture door skins laminate have 3D texture on their surface that can be felt on touching the surface and are pasted on doors,wardrobe made from plywood,MDF etc making the entry point of your place itself look good. The texture gives a elegant look to your doors and wardrobes .These are the exclusive and premium laminates giving a new concept to your living and workspace.
NOTE -THEY ARE NOT INTENDED FOR USE TO DIRECT EXPOSURE TO SUNLIGHT FOR LONG TIME.
Walls / Ceilings
Display / Shopsystems
Resistance to Scratching
Resistance to Abrasion
Resistance to Cigarette Bums
Resistance to Staining
Resistance to Chemical Attack (Resistant to Mostly Daily Household Chemicals But Not Strong Chemicals)
Resistance to Organic Solvents
Resistance to Steam
Resistance to Boiling Water (UPTO Certain Time)
Resistance to Heat(Not to Extreme)
Care and Maintenance:
HPL is extremely durable and needs minimal care due to its non porous surface. Clean the surface simply using water and dry it with a paper tissue or a soft cloth.If the impurities cannot be removed, use a common cleaning agent without abrasive agents. Afterwards clean the surface with water and dry it.Although it being non porous and resistant to common stains it is advised that the stains be wiped off immedieatly.
Staining Caused by Paraffin or Wax Residue :
Paraffin or wax residue should first be removed mechanically using a plastic or wooden spatula to avoid scratching the surface. Cover any remaining residue with an absorbent paper and briefly apply heat with a hot iron.
Staining caused by water soluble paints,varnishes and adhesive :
Fresh stains can usually be removed with warm water. Dried residue can be removed with solvents such as ethanol, acetone, mineral spirits, lacquer thinner, or nail polish remover. The corresponding recommendations of the manufacturer should also be observed.
Staining Caused by Solvent-Based Paints, Varnishes and Adhesives :
Both fresh stains dried stain residue can usually be removed with solvents. Suitable solvents are ethanol, acetone, mineral spirits, lacquer thinner, or nail polish remover. Follow the recommendations of the solvent manufacturer.