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 Post Posted: Tue Oct 10, 2017 2:51 pm 
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<p>door is difficult to long fixed on the door, low stability. Plate 2: Paint Board This sheet is very similar to the blister board. The paint board can be adapted to the production process only because it needs to be baked at high temperature on the surface of the substrate. Paint board is mostly in the paint after drying into the drying room drying, </p>
<p>mainly through the paint processing substrate door. Advantages: bright color, with a strong visual impact; easy to shape, very beautiful fashion; and waterproof performance, anti-fouling ability, clean and easy maintenance. Disadvantages: As a density board as a substrate, and the same as the plastic plate, if the quality of the </p>
<p>density board, but there will be poor moisture resistance, low stability of the phenomenon. If it is a small brand of paint products, the process there are still some defects, the quality of the paint worrying, at the same time, the paint board requires the manufacturer to have a high level of technology in the production process than the other high </p>
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