Hi ! I'm looking to replace water damaged MDF kickboard (plinth) in a pre-existing kitchen. Height is 100mm, which I would have thought might be standard, but apparently not. I can't find it anywhere, and I don't have the equipment to buy over-size then trim it down. Any advice, much appreciated. Thx. Steve
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I hear you no one seems to do 100mm any more. My suggestion go to bunnings buy a sheet of mdf whatever thickness you want (eg9-12mm) and get them to cut it into 100mm strips. If existing was prone to water damage make sure you paint all sides including bottom and ends. JDE
Thanks for your prompt reply. Much appreciated. I didn't realise that Bunnings will cut to size. That's great.
Thank you for sharing your question about kickboards.
It's great that you've received excellent advice from @JDE. I totally agree with their recommendation. You can have pieces of timber cut at 100mm at the store. Please make sure to paint all around to protect the MDF from possible water damage. If you are currently doing a project we would love to see a post of what you're currently working on.
We look forward to seeing your kickboards repaired.