What is Bonlex?
Bonlex is a decorative surface made from premium quality PVC. It is a membrane pressing foil that is vacuum formed to an MDF (Medium Density Fibreboard) substrate to make kitchen cabinet doors, interior doors, store fixtures, offices, displays or any end-product that utilises MDF or similar product.
Where can I purchase Bonlex as a finished product?
We have many customers across Australia and New Zealand we can put you in touch with. Please contact us for a list of suppliers in your area.
What makes Bonlex different?
Bonlex is an elite 3D laminate that uses only the best resins, ingredients and modifiers. Instead of plasticisers we use a patented modifier in all our solid gloss colours that gives Bonlex formability without the side effects that can come with using plasticisers.
Why is Bonlex so popular?
The Bonlex finish has been a successful product on the Australian market since 1989. It provides an attractive, smooth and durable finish when used in cabinetry of all kinds. It displays excellent characteristics of scratch, chip and UV resistance.
Is Bonlex recyclable?
Yes, Bonlex off cuts are recyclable. In fact, PVC off cuts can provide a homogenous and clean supply of vinyl making it a sought after source of material by PVC recyclers. Recycled PVC is used in Australia in the manufacturing of shoes, garden hoses, pipe fittings, car mud flaps, roadside safety posts and more. Please contact us for the names of PVC recyclers in your state.
How long will it take to receive my Bonlex?
We offer an express shipping service around Australia. Shipping times vary between 1 and 6 days depending on destination. In most cases we can ship the same day for orders received in the morning. If you have an urgent order later in the day, please check with us as we will always strive to get your order to you when you need it.
How do I clean Bonlex?
We recommended you only use warm water to clean Bonlex, and a soft cloth (e.g. microfibre) to clean Bonlex. Do not use abrasive cleaners, strong household cleaners or detergents particularly those containing hydroxide ions or solvents. Using chemicals or abrasive cleaners will void your Bonlex warranty.
What are the technical specifications of Bonlex?
Contact us for a detailed specification sheet for our foil. This is highly detailed and covers all the physical properties of Bonlex.
Bonlex has been produced in Japan for over 40 years and is sold throughout the world with its strongest demand coming from high quality European manufacturers. It has been marketed in Australasia for over 20 years and is backed by a comprehensive warranty.