Modern day homeowners are fortunate to have so many options when designing their brand new kitchen. Unfortunately, that same level of choice can make building a dream kitchen an absolute nightmare. One question that enters the mind of many is what finish you should choose for your cabinetry. Should you go the classic laminate route? Or should you opt for a two pack cabinetry finish? Regardless of either, is matte or gloss the way to go? What you decide depends on your taste, your budget, and a few other factors. Laminate cabinetry first hit the scene back in the s. Economical and stylish, this layered paper finish is resin forced with additional thermosetting resins, making it durable and long-lasting. We know what you may be thinking — laminate is old-school and dated.
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We provide year warranty period for our commercial as well as domestic clients. If you are looking to upgrade to 2pac kitchen doors in Box Hill, Kew or any where in Melbourne, but don't have the budget to completely remake your joinery, or don't want to put up with the mess, then our 2pac finishes are the ideal solution. If the layout of your existing kitchen works for you, and the joinery is in reasonable condition, then why spend money where you don't need to?
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Laminate Kitchen Cabinets vs Two Pack Kitchens
A High Pressure Laminate is a synthetic product that is made of compressed and plasticized sheets of paper, with the topmost layers coated in resins and dyes to create both colour and texture on the surface. Two pack is also available in several finishes: matt, satin, semi-gloss, full gloss, textured and metallic gloss. We recommend the semi and full gloss finishes as these are the easiest to maintain. Laminate companies do offer an enormous range of colours, patterns and textures however you are restricted to these options and cannot customise to suit your preferences. Most brands of laminate products offer various finishes, from matt to satin, high gloss and textured finishes. It is important to keep in mind that not all colours may be available in every finish. It is important to note that each laminate manufacturer has its own pricing structure, with different price tiers within their collections, meaning that different laminate finishes do cost more than the standard smooth laminate finish. Two Pack offers a hard finish making it less prone to scratches and wear. It is also a low maintenance option that will last you for a very long time. A Two Pack finish will not peel off, nor will it show edging.
We often have people query exactly what it is and its distinctions between other finishes in the market. The short and not so technical answer - 2PAC is a hardened paint finish that can be applied to cupboard doors and drawers. Slightly more in-depth, a 2PAC finish begins as two liquids; one is a resin made up of acrylic paint and melamine and the other contains a hardener called Poly-isocyanate Resin. When these two liquids are mixed together a chemical reaction occurs causing the mix to harden. Due to there only being a small amount of solvent used in the mix, hardly any evaporates when applied, which results in a thick, smooth, hard finish. Laminate is a synthetic product that comprises of compressed and plasticised sheets of paper. The top layers are coated in resins and dyes to create the colour and texture you see on the surface. It comes in a huge range of brands, colours and finishes including woodgrains and patterns. Laminate is also an exceptionally hard-wearing product and a great option for your new kitchen. You can therefore colour match paints on nearby walls, feature cladding or other items in within the home.