Poplar Panel Moulding Type 19

Product Code: POPPM019

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Poplar Panel Moulding Type 19

Product Code: POPPM019

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Poplar Panel Moulding


Poplar Panel Moulding 19mm x 44mm 


Our Poplar Mouldings are manufactured at our in-house workshop. They are available in a range of profiles. The solid timber or MDF is accurately machined and sanded with your choice of finish.


We offer a bespoke and made-to-measure service to all our customers. Boardland will gladly make your design exactly the way you specify. Please contact us at info@boardland.co.uk with any enquiries.

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Material Poplar
Profile Shape Panel Moulding
Lead Time Days 10

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Poplar

Poplar can be a range of shades, usually light tan/yellow or a light green/brown, with occasionally hues of blues and purples. Some knots present giving this hardwood character. It is a softer wood than most, with medium crushing strength and works well with machines and hand tools. This piece of wood but can be finished with oil, lacquer, staining, or varnish. Perfect for internal doors, skirtings, architraves, mouldings and specialist joinery. For internal use only.

BOARDLAND FINISHES

Here at Boardland, giving you the perfect finished product is our main goal. We offer a variety of finishes for softwood and hardwood. Please speak to us if you want advice or a further explanation!

UNPRIMED

If you choose your product to come unprimed, it will come to you as the raw product ready for you to finish as you require.

PRIMED

If you choose your product to be primed, it will come to you following our priming process which consists of:

  1. A first coat of primer is applied by spray to the product, which then must dry.
  2. It is then sanded down to entail a smooth finish and is then given another coat.
  3. The product is sanded for the last time and is quality checked by our Director.

GLOSS

If you choose your product to be glossed, it will come to you with a glazed finish ready to use. Gloss is recommended in busy thoroughfares as it can be cleaned easily and will maintain its gleam for longer. The process consists of:

  1. The product is primed as listed above, following all 3 steps.
  2. A coat of gloss is then applied and is left to dry.
  3. Quality checked by our QA manager.

SATIN

If you choose your product to have a Satin finish, it will come to you with a smooth sheen coating ready to use. Satin is also recommended in medium/busy thoroughfares as it can be cleaned easily and will maintain its shine for longer. The process consists of:

  1. The product is primed as listed above, following all 3 steps.
  2. A coat of Satin lacquer/paint is then applied and is left to dry.
  3. Quality checked by our Director

EGGSHELL

If you choose your product to have an eggshell finish, it will come to you with a 10-25% low sheen ready to use. Eggshell is more durable and easier to clean than flat finishes. The process consists of:

  1. The product is primed as listed above, following all 3 steps.
  2. A coat of Eggshell lacquer/paint is then applied and is left to dry.
  3. Quality checked by our QA manager.

OIL

If you choose your product to have an oil finish, it will come richer in colour with a brighter finish. Oil isn’t the most durable so wouldn’t want to be used in busy areas or on a table/work surface, which requires more cleaning. The process consists of:

  1. The product is enriched with oil by hand, and then left to seep in.
  2. It is then lightly sanded to fill in any pores with the oil and wood dust to create a smoother finish.
  3. Quality checked by our QA manager.

CLEAR LACQUER

If you choose your product to have a clear lacquer finish, it will come with a hard coating with a 30% sheen. This surface is very durable, perfect for lots of use. The process consists of:

  1. The product is sanded ready for polishing.
  2. It is wiped down and 2 coats of lacquer is applied.
  3. Then, it is lightly sanded, which breaks down the grain for a smooth finish.
  4. A further coat of lacquer is applied to seal and create the hard top.
  5. Quality checked by our QA manager.