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Our stock range of plastic edging trim includes two types of PVC material:
You can find out more about the difference between rigid PVC and flexible PVC on our blog. It’s important to select the correct type of PVC material for your needs, so you are welcome to request samples of each type so you can try before you buy.
Our plastic edging trim is often used as edge protection because it can be fixed to edges of boards and panels to give a smooth and clean finish, covering rough or damaged surfaces. The more popular material for plastic edging is rigid PVC, whilst flexible PVC edging trim is sometimes used in internal situations where there is a tighter radius. Other uses for plastic edging trim are spacers, infill strips, buffer bars and packing strips.
Due to the differing nature of the two types of plastic edging, rigid and flexible plastic edging is packaged in different ways. They are both sold in 75 metre packs. The rigid plastic edging trim is packaged as 25 x 3 metre lengths. Whereas the soft flexible plastic edging trim is packaged as 3 x 25 metre coils, which are despatched in a box.
Most of our PVC edging trim has square edges where the edges are 90 degrees with no curves. But we also offer some sizes with rounded edges, where some of the corners are curved rather than being square.