H1210 ST22 Grey Beige Tossini Elm
The wood species elm is gaining ground in furniture design. The very elegant and natural grain of the decor series, Tossini Elm was given a pearlescent base that provides the decor with an effective depth. These special effects also look very authentic on large surfaces, as they display fewer repetitions thanks to the XL repeat. The modern grey-beige colour tone displays a beautiful colour interplay that allows combinations with a multitude of uni colours. The texture ST22 Deepskin Linear supports the linear character and provides a natural feel.
- ST22 Deepskin linear
1. Cabinet doors & drawer fronts
1. Completed panel ( 18mm ) - required (L) x required (W) x ( 18mm ) (T)
2. Decorative laminate board 4' x 8' ( 18mm ) (T)
Due to their resistant and hygienic surface, Micalite Decorative Laminate Panel do not require any special maintenance. The surface are generally easy to clean.
The recommended cleaning methods according to the degree of soiling are as follows:
Light, fresh soiling
Clean with paper towel, a soft cleaning cloth (wet/dry) or a sponge. If using a damp cloth, dry the surface with an absorbent paper or micro fibre cloth.
How to avoid streaks
Streaks are often formed when the surface is cleaned with organic solvent, together with cold water or old cloths. To ensure no streaks occur when cleaning, we recommend wiping surface down with warm water and then drying it using normal paper towels or microfiber cloth.
Normal soiling - extended contact time
Clean with warm water, a clean rag or microfiber cloth. Use normal domestic cleaners or soaps that has no abrasive ingredients. Then wipe with fresh water, removing all traces of the cleaning agent, to prevent streaks forming. Dry surface with a clean, absorbent cloth or paper towel.
(Approx.) 1220mm x 2440mm
Decor Combination Recommendations
Organizing and choosing colour and decor placed throughout your living space? Below are some recommendations that can help to create mood, enhance a particular style, and bring cohesion to disparate things in a single area. It helps to create a visual relationship between two or more adjacent areas.