Stain tests. Solvent tests. Scratch tests. Tests and more tests. We test and then test some more. You’ll be glad we do.
Why is Testing So Important, and Which Tests Were Conducted?
Can one test too much? We don’t think so. To ensure that Azdel Onboard composite sheets can withstand the elements, whether outside a unit or in, we are constantly testing. And to ensure that our DuraBlend™ interior finish was up to the task of competing with, or even surpassing a typical vinyl décor material in terms of durability, we had our material tested by a third party specialist. The Stain and Solvent Resistance test is used to determine a surface material’s resistance to a variety of common and potentially destructive agents – in this case:
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