What is a vinyl wrap door?
It is a door that is made up of MDF panel which has been cut, profiled and routed as desired and then it is glued and covered with vinyl that is pressed to the door using heat and vacuum. Normally, the back of the door will be pre-laminated. These doors have no joints as the vinyl goes all the way around the door.
Vinyl wrap doors are attractive and versatile
One of the greatest benefits of vinyl wrap doors is their versatility. The MDF panels which is attached to the vinyl can be designed to many different profiles, from doors with ornamental routing through to simple flat doors. The vinyl itself is available in a large range of colours including wood grain and solid colours where the finish can be textured, smooth or even gloss. In some cases, you would have difficulty telling a polyurethane door from a vinyl wrap door! You can chooses a vinyl wrap door to suit almost any style kitchen and in any colour you want.
Vinyl wrap doors are durable and low maintenance
Another reason why your vinyl wrap doors are a wonderful idea for the kitchen is because they are both low maintenance and durable, which is exactly what you want from any material that you use in such a high traffic area. Vinyl wrap doors do not chip and are scratch resistant, they also seal out the moisture that you often find in a kitchen, ensuring that won’t have to worry about the doors swelling or warping. These doors need nearly no maintenance at all, just wipe them down and check your hinges occasionally.
Vinyl wrap doors are easy to clean
Keeping your vinyl wrap doors clean is a very easy task. Wipe them down with a soft sponge and soapy water and then dry them off. No need for harsh cleaners, in fact, doing so might cause damage to the door. . . If you have got a stubborn stain on your door that won’t come off with soapy water, gently wipe the stained area down with methylated