Sticking edge on chipboard

Cabinet furniture is collected by many of us. And the point here is not only that it is quite profitable, but at the same time it is quite simple, but also in the uniqueness of the result obtained. After all, not always we can go and buy exactly what you absolutely need. And most importantly, the master who assembles this furniture is often just interested in the result. But along with the opening of the chipboard sheets from which the furniture is to be assembled (and it doesn't matter if you have a small stool, a small first-aid kit, or an entire kitchen set coupe), we also order pasting with ABS edge. However, it is often found during the assembly process that we did not specify some sides of these parts in the order, or the master who made the pasting “missed” it. And then we are forced to roll back what has been started, and again go to the shop. And this is always an unnecessary waste of time. And I did it exactly until one fine day, I saw my friend glue the paper edge with an ordinary iron, without departing from the assembly workbench,"In combination" - the collector of cabinet furniture with a long-term experience. And at my request I will share my experience, very quickly, in practice, taught me too. What, in fact, I want to share with you. So, the edge to be glued directly to the parts of chipboard. It is of various widths, but when you buy accessories, you will be told. Moreover, you can pick it up both in color and in texture, and it will look like a single whole. Or you can, on the contrary, make an absolute contrast and highlight the ends of the parts against the background of the general background. So the choice is yours.
 We glue the edge on a chipboard
In addition, you will need an iron, preferably a heavy one. Although there are no special requirements here and there cannot be, since we will not spoil it and damage it by sticking a paper edge.
 We paste the edge on the chipboard
Joiner's knife. In principle, it is also absolutely any, but not necessarily very sharp. Otherwise, it is possible to cut the laminated layer on the chipboard.
 Sticking Edge on Chipboard
But you have to do the following details.Of course, if such a sticky edge is not a single character. So, directing. The width between the lips is 18 mm, as the standard sheet is exactly 16 mm thick.
 We glue the edge on a chipboard
A bar with a layer of soft fabric. I folded several layers of cashmere from an old coat, this product has been faithfully serving for more than a year.
 We glue the edge on the chipboard
And the knob is just for convenience work.
 We glue the edge on a chipboard
And the same is on the bar with emery paper.
We glue the edge on chipboard
However, it just had to be changed several times over the years, so short self-tapping screws with a big bonnet are just perfect.
We glue the edge on chipboard
That's all, let's start. Heat the iron. As we iron the linen, we warm the hem, and then with effort we rub the bar with a cloth. It stuck, but its size is larger
 We glue the edge on the chipboard
therefore we cut it off with a knife, necessarily from ourselves, starting from the middle.
We glue the edge on the chipboard So cut off from all sides. We glue the edge from other sides of the part.
 Sticking Edge on Chipboard
Now we scrape off the remnants with a piece of emery paper (do not get carried away, it will be enough to hold it once without pressing). One detail is ready,
 We glue the edge on a chipboard
also do the rest. And peeling off this paper edge is easier than ever: heat up again with an iron and remove the damaged or simply unnecessary for some reason, paper edge.
 Sticking Edge on Chipboard
That's all the wisdom.


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