Add a veneer skin to exposed ends of MDF cabs after installed?
So we went with MDF boxes instead of plywood (which I regret), and they look fine with the exception of the toe kick area / bottom front corner of the cabinet run where it stops before a hallway. It's pretty roughed up right where the granite people had to come back and make adjustments so I assume it happened then.
Basically it looks like laminate "paper" wood finish is peeling up at the edge. It's only been up 2 weeks so I can only image how this would look in a few months, let alone years.Trying to think of a viable solution and not sure if I'm interpreting this right.
Can I buy the 3/16" veneer "skins" and have them applied to the exposed end runs of the cabinets, behind the "ear" of the face frame. Get matching finish from my cab maker, have them glued / bradded / puttied, and then this peeling issue would go away?