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See the future of laminate with Laminex ‘FUSION®’ Surfaces. ‘FUSION’ suits a wide range of interior applications including benchtops, tabletops, wall panelling, furniture, cupboard doors, wall murals and more. Choose from hundreds of exclusive designs or design your own image.
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