Aluminium Edge Banding2022-10-07T16:55:09+00:00

Aluminium Edge Banding

Our aluminium edge banding is the perfect choice for any style-conscious designer looking to add a little extra chic to their project. Easily used to accentuate any project with a beautiful pop of shining, shimmering aluminium, this edging can be matched to the existing aluminium of your board, or used in contrast for a super slick, all-over metallic finish.

Not only does it look amazing, aluminium edging is also an extremely practical choice. Offering an extremely high level of durability, it can’t be easily scratched or scuffed, and any damage that does occur is usually superficial and easily buffed out. In addition, the extra durability of the finish means your banding can’t be chipped, cracked, or shattered, and is hygienic and incredibly easy to clean. It’s the perfect practical, family-friendly choice.


Aluminium edge banding is highly durable and cannot be chipped, cracked, or shattered, while scratches and scuffs are easily buffed out.


The perfect choice for anyone with an eye for style, aluminium banding provides a chic and effortless finish.

Easy Clean

Exceptionally easy to clean the sheer surface of aluminium banding is hygienic and family-friendly.


Easily accentuate any project with a pop of beautiful, shining aluminium, or match to your boards for an all-over metallic finish.

The Benefits Of Aluminium Edge Banding

Creating metal furniture comes with a lot of challenges. Fortunately, aluminium edge banding exists that allows you to get the metal aesthetic without all the hassle. Strong, durable, and high-quality, it creates an effortlessly chic look.


Can You Get Metal Edge Banding?2022-10-07T16:14:43+00:00

Yes, metal edge banding is commonly used to create the perfect finish on metal items, from tables to coffins. Aluminium and steel are the two most common types of metal edge banding used. You can, however, also get edge banding made from iron, although this is considerably less common. 

Using metal edge banding – be it aluminium, steel, or iron – is a practical and attractive solution to your edging needs. Metal edge banding is stronger, more versatile, and more durable than other materials used for edge bandings, such as ABS, Acrylic, or Veneer

Aluminium Edge Banding

The aluminium type is perfect if you’re looking for a flexible form of metal edge banding. It’s the most pliable option available. This edging easily bends and conforms to irregularly shaped areas. It’s perfect for spherical patterns and rounded contours. Another plus side of this type of banding is it’s affordable, making it the perfect choice for projects requiring a high-quality finish without an exorbitant price tag.

Steel Edge Banding

Steel edge banding is the way to go if strength is your top priority. The downside of steel is that it lacks flexibility. This can, however, be a bonus if you’re looking to create firm boundaries. The edging ability of steel is perfect if you’re looking to create strong, straight lines and a clean, trimmed, modern finish.

Iron Edge Banding

Iron is often overlooked among the three types of metal available. This is, however, usually for a good reason. It lacks the flexibility of aluminium and pales compared to steel, where strength and durability are concerned. Iron is prone to rust more quickly, which means it will need removing and reinstalling more frequently than other options. It’s also heavier than both. The benefit to iron comes purely from the aesthetic it creates. If you’re looking for rustic, old-world charm, the characteristics of iron make it the perfect choice.

Selecting The Right Type Of Metal Edge Banding

Finding the perfect form of metal edge banding largely depends on what you need them to do. If you’re edging irregular shapes or anything that requires flexibility, aluminium is the best choice. It’s also usually cheaper, so if you have to stick to a tight budget, that might be the best choice. If your priority is strength, durability, and a finish that will last long-term while withstanding far more damage. Aesthetic also plays a role in the decision, as all three create a distinctive look.

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