Plywood is the most popular building material for DIY woodworkers. It's relatively cheap, strong, and easy to work with. But not everyone is a fan of the unfinished edges. Here's how to apply edge banding to give your plywood furniture a more finished look.
Edge banding is available as thin veneer, thin home sawn veneer and solid wood strip. The easiest to use is thin veneer banding that comes as a pre-glued roll. To apply the edge banding you'll need an iron, edge banding roller, utility knife, block plane, and 180 grit sandpaper. It's a simple process, and the finished product is more durable and just looks better.
Follow the steps in the video above and your plywood projects will never look the same.
How to edge band plywood [The Wood Whisperer (YouTube)]