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cork sheets Cork sheets are the most diverse product in our store's offer. They are offered in 3 different granules and in several dozen thicknesses. Cork board sheets are available in fines, medium and coarse versions. Both thin sheets are available, from about 1-3mm thick, through popular 5, 7 and 10mm, on thick ones up to 45mm. Remember to even out the edges before the fixture – for example with a sharp wallpaper knife, when covering larger surfaces. The joints between the sheets will be decreased and the end result will be better if the cork edges are straight and smooth.

Looking for a soft and flexible cork?

Being soft and flexible, fine grained cork sheets are most often used for the production of all kinds of cut, ground , milled, and engraved items. The fine grained cork sheets ideal for screen printing, pad printing, UV printing and laser marking and laminating thanks to their smooth and homogeneous surface. Cork notice board made of fine cork granules, is especially recommended for the production of cork gaskets, cork coasters and cork insoles.

What cork sheets should you choose to make a corkboard?


Medium grained cork boards are dedicated to all solutions designed to act as a cork pin board for pinning notes, photos, leaflets or documents. It is a perfect solution both in terms of aesthetics and resistance to multiple pin driving. You will need a good cork adhesive for assembly. It is available in our shop's offer. A medium-grain cork board in a self-adhesive or coloured version is recommended by us, while our cork rolls will certainly satisfy the need for larger sizes.

Looking for a cork sheet that will keep the heat and mute your neighbour?

Coarse cork sheets guarantee excellent acoustic and thermal insulation thanks to their very high density and unique internal structure. A cork sheet with a thickness of 5mm will keep your walls warm and nice to touch and coarse grain cork board sheets with a thickness of 10mm will increase acoustic comfort and minimize heat loss. We recommend that you use a 15mm cork insulation if you are upset by a loud neighbour or do not want to oppress him with your drums or piano.

Do you want still something bigger?

635x940mm for coarse grained cork sheets and 640x950mm for medium grained and fine-grained cork sheets are the biggest available formats in ‘Cork Sheets’ section. However, if you are still no happy with this format, cork rolls available in the ‘Cork Rolls’ section in the menu on the left may be a great solution. There are rolls of cork available in thicknesses from 2 to 10mm in any desirable quantity, as they are sold by linear metres.

How medium grained cork sheets can be fixed and with what tools?

Since cork board sheets are a fine material it is possible to fix them in many different ways. One of the easiest and cheapest methods is to glue them with cork glue such as Wakol D-3540, which you can find in our ‘Cork Glues’ section. Our recommendation is to use around 120 grams of glue per sheet, which means that 0.8kg of glue is enough for 6 sheets and a bucket of 2.5kg – 20 sheets. Nevertheless, the use of cork adhesive is not obligatory. You can also use any common fixing glues and strong wood binders. We advise to use a product with good initial tack, in particular if you are not too experienced, because it is faster and easier.

If you are not a traditional glue enthusiast, you will surely be interested in our self-adhesive cork tiles that can be found in the category nearby. Fixture of the self-adhesive cork tiles is fast, clean and simple. After removing the protective foil just glue the panel on previously prepared selected surface. It is possible to create self-adhesive cork wall tiles at home with the help of good double-sided tape – all you need to do is to order a good medium grained cork sheet.

Needing some finishing?


Cork board tiles do not require any finish but they can also be finished in any way possible. If you wish to enhance or cover up the cork’s structure, you can paint over the cork wall tiles with any paint, lacquer or wood stain. If the cork board tiles will be exposed to dirt and will be washed frequently, it is worth finishing it with a protective product.

However, the cheapest and least labour intensive way to finish it is... leaving the cork wall tiles unfinished! The original structure will bring a new and natural look to the interior and furthermore such a cork wall can be a perfect cork pin board for the whole family! Our cork wall panels have a variety of applications. Just use your imagination and creativity. Our wide offer of cork products meets different requirements of our clientele. Just spend a little time to get to know our cork products better and enjoy the shopping!
 
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