Acrylic & PVC Laminates
A fine finish can improve the aesthetics of your home interiors, whether it is your wardrobe or your modular kitchen cabinets. There is a huge range of available finishes, including membrane to polymer, the most in-demand choice is acrylic and PVC (polyvinyl chloride) laminates. They are two of the most sought-after wardrobe and kitchen finishing materials. Contemporary cabinet finishes alter your home to something straight out of a popular glossy home décor magazine. The signature style of your home interiors is defined by the materials you select. Through this blog, we at RadheShyam Laminates will help you to know better about acrylic and PVC laminates.
There are a variety of colours available for acrylic sheets and have a seamless look as they are pasted on MDF (medium density fibre) boards prior to being sealed with a protective layer. The final product is a mirror-like surface that is highly reflective and maintains its lustre and colour over time. On the other hand, PVC sheets are created by compressing ornamental paper and plastic resins together. They can be derived in multiple patterns, and solid colours, apart from matte, textured, glossy, and high gloss finishes. They are applied on MDF or plywood and are edge banded on all sides. These high-gloss laminates may look similar, however, they are not the same.
The current fad is to use the mix of acrylic and PVC laminate sheets in the interiors of the kitchen for a better stylish design. While acrylic is the preferred choice for the upper cabinets, PVC laminates are better suited for the lower parts of the modular kitchen. This will help in augmenting and improving the looks of the kitchen and lowers the expenditure. Offices tend to use PVC laminates for the office cabinets to up the décor style.
Lacquer which is linked to acrylic is formed of polymer fibre. Long-lasting and leaves a glossy shining on the surface. Available in a variety of colours, they will definitely spruce up your décor. PVC laminates being multi-layered are composed of sheets that are pre-processed. They are available as matte or glossy finishes, thin, and could bend without breaking.
PVC laminates are multi-layered. Polyvinyl chloride laminate sheets are pre-processed. They are created by combining paper and plastic resins. PVC laminates are obtainable in matte or glossy finishes. They are thin enough and could be bent without breaking. While sharp objects can scratch the surface of the acrylic, it does not create an impact on PVC laminates as seen in acrylic sheets.
Stains are easily visible on the glossy surface of acrylic and it must be cleaned with soap and water on a regular basis and gently to duck streaking. PVC laminates are easy to clean, and dirt and fingerprints are not easily visible on non-glossy laminates. Acrylic when compared to other finishes, it is known to be a premium finish and thus more expensive. PVC laminates are much more pocket-friendly and cost-effective.
There are other parameters that consumers would rate while distinguishing between acrylic and PVC. They include but are not limited to environmental impact, water & heat resistance, edging, variety, and availability. Acrylic and PVC Laminates can be easily maintained thus increasing their shelf-life apart from functioning strongly day after day. Both acrylic and PVC are apt for contemporary interior design ideas. They both come in a range of colours to satiate your décor and palette.
If you are nonplussed about making the correct décor decisions, do not worry. Help is at hand. Connect with RadheShyam Laminates – where you can find only the best laminates in Bangalore. We will be more than happy to help you narrow down to make the apt choices. RadheShyam Laminates is India’s leading manufacturer of PVC Laminates and we are proud to boast a big range of textures and hues. With RadheShyam Laminates – Add colour to your spaces!
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