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Choosing a Worktop Edge Profile

4 Responses to “Choosing a Worktop Edge Profile”

  1. hello, Can you let me know if you can profile a wooden shelf I would like to buy. Thank you

  2. Hello,

    Unfortunately we are unable to offer an edge profile service on our floating shelves. They come with a square edge profile as standard, though you may be able to add an edge profile yourself using a router and the appropriate router cutter.

    Kind regards,
    Ben @ Worktop Express

  3. Hi, Can you tell me if I have two worktops joined at 90 degrees to form an L shape how does the edge profile go round the inside edge? Without a 45 degree mitre doesn’t it look odd? Does the edge profile get applied only to the edges up to the join or would it run the entire length of the wood and therefore create a groove all along where they meet? Do you have any images of where this is done? Thanks

  4. Hello Dave,

    When joining two worktops at 90 degrees to form an L, the edge profile will only be applied to the exposed inside edge to create a smooth join.

    You can see pictures of butt jointed worktops in our gallery at the link below:

    Kind regards,
    Ben @ Worktop Express

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