• Skirting made of 100% new vinyl resins
• A perfect replacement for traditional timber/MDF/HDF skirting boards by eliminating the need to sand and paint annually
• Will not split, rot or crack
• Easy to install by glueing or nailing
• Accepts standard filler
• Termite-proof and waterproof
• Matching profiles are available
• Fits all Floorbit floors with a thickness between 4 – 12.6 mm
A neat finish to the walls using skirting boards provides optical benefit and is also practical for hiding unsightly cables. Cables with a maximum diameter of 6 mm can be laid in the integral cable channel on the reverse. The skirting boards also cover the border joints nicely, resulting in a closed surface that is easy to clean and protects the wall from dirt and impact.
We supply our skirting boards in different heights from 6 to 10 cm, either matching the flooring colour or in white. The stylish white skirting board fits well with modern furnishing styles. With a height of up to 10cm, skirting can also be regarded as a decorative element in the room.
The Pure White skirting offers the possibility for skirting to be painted in the same colour as the wall. You can also choose not to paint the skirting and use it as white skirting. When painting, only use standard masking tape to cover the skirting board. Remove the masking tape after a maximum of 16 hours.
In bathrooms and kitchens with high humidity and frequent mopping of the floors, Floorbit skirting boards are the perfect solution as they are waterproof. For occasional cleaning of Floorbit skirting boards, use a damp, heavily wrung cloth washed in clear water. Scouring agents or powders can corrode the surface of the mouldings and should not be used.
To install, mount the skirting boards with nails or glue with silicone-free assembly adhesive. Cutting and attaching skirting boards to size is a professional matter.
|Thickness (± 0.3mm)||16mm|
|Height (± 3mm)||65mm|
|Length (± 30mm)||2440mm|
|1 pc||8 ft|
|1 box||16 pcs (128ft)|
|Resistance to acetone||No defect|
|Size variation in high/low temperature||± 0.6%|
|Heated elongation||< 6%|
|Shore D Hardness||82|