- Formica and Wilsonart
- Endless Colors
- Design Possibilities
- Easy to clean
- Baths, etc.
High-pressure laminate is a surfacing material created by saturating sheets of decorative and kraft paper with resin, which is a type of plastic, then pressing them together under high heat.
Beyond its almost endless color and design possibilities, part of the beauty of laminate is that it’s far easier on the budget than most other surfacing options on the market today.
Unlike some of the other surfacing materials that traditionally require regular sealing to keep bacteria at bay, laminate is easy to clean and maintain. In most cases, all you need to clean laminate is a cotton cloth and some mild liquid detergent or household cleaner.
Laminates offer more varied options for colors, patterns and finishes than any other surfacing material. And with so many design choices, think of all the places perfect for laminate: kitchens, bathrooms, laundry rooms and bar areas.