Edgeband for Lazy Susans?
I generally frequent the kitchen forum, but have a question for some woodworkers.
I had a friend cut me six round birch faced plywood circles for lazy susans in my new upper corner cabinets. They will be mounted to the shelves; not on a pole. I have the lazy susan hardware, but my question is, does anyone have a suggestion as to what to use for an edging on the board? Something that will stand above the board so things don't fly off as it is turned.
I have seen edgebands online that appear to be adhesive backed and ironed on. Is this something that would work, or does someone have a better idea?