When you work with WPC, you have to take a particular approach and use special tools. We will show you what you must pay particular attention to.
Wood-PVC composite is the perfect material for the widest range of DIY projects and has many strengths that a large range of comparable materials do not have. The decisive difference is this: While being cut, the material produces no hazardous fibres or splinters that could end up in your feet at some point in the future. This means that if you want to walk barefoot across you terrace during the summer, you will not have to worry about being jabbed by an errant splinter or two. What’s more, the material cannot be damaged by pests like termites, moisture or UV radiation. It has a long service life and is still environmentally responsible.
Before you cut WPC planks or WPC tiles for your summer terrace or new garden shed, you will need the right tools and utensils and will have to take the correct approach.
If you use the wrong tools to cut WPC, you could overwork your saw blades and dull them.