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Toppan Introduces New Edge Banding Option

Toppan Interamerica announces the launch of its new line of edge banding wood grain foils. KIRI, which can be stained or painted.

Toppan Interamerica's stainable and paintable KIRI edge banding wood grain foils are now available

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Toppan Interamerica now offers a line of edge banding wood grain foils that can be stained or painted, offering an alternative to hardwood veneer.

"We are thrilled to introduce our sustainable, stainable, and paintable KIRI edge banding wood grains foils to the market," said Yuji "Kenny" Sugimoto, National Sales Manager at Toppan Interamerica. "We believe that sustainability and design can go hand in hand, and our new foils are a testament to that. With KIRI paintability and stainability features, we are confident KIRI edge banding will provide long-lasting solutions for our customers."

Unlike traditional edge banding foils, KIRI edge banding foils can be easily stained or painted to match any desired color or design scheme. This versatility opens up creative possibilities for cabinet and furniture manufacturers, allowing them to achieve unique looks that reflect their vision. Another unique trait of the KIRI edge banding is that it does not rip, tear or splinter during processing. This saves both time and money for users to simply process and move to the next step in the finishing process. 

Users also can reduce their carbon footprint by choosing KIRI edge banding and supporting responsible sourcing practices without compromising quality or design.

In addition to being paintable, once processed, KIRI edge banding wood grain foils offer exceptional durability and resistance to wear and tear. The foils are designed to withstand daily use, making them ideal for high-traffic areas such as kitchens, furniture, and commercial applications.

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