Formica® Laminate


Green Slate Birchply

Standard finishes

  • Natural Grain - Premium (Finish Code: NG)

Made to order

  • Matte (Finish Code: 58)
  • Gloss (Finish Code: 90)

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  • Easy to clean & maintain
  • Horizontal Vertical
  • Impact Resistant
  • Interior use only
  • Postforming
    • Grade 10
    • Grade 12
    • Grade 20
  • Stain Resistant

Size and grade guide


Sheet sizes shown in feet

Made to order

Sheet sizes shown in feet


  • Grade 10

    Sheet thickness: 0.044'' (0.044'') nominal

  • Grade 12

    Sheet thickness: 0.035'' (0.035'') nominal

  • Grade 20

    Sheet thickness: 0.027'' (0.027'') nominal


Technical Brief / Data Sheet

Use and Care Guide / Warranty




What is the warranty on Formica® Laminate?

The limited warranty for Formica Laminate is one (1) year from the date of purchase.

How do I care for my Formica® Laminate countertop?

Formica® Laminate is designed for beauty and durability. Like any surfacing materials it can be damaged by abuse and carelessness. When used as recommended with proper use and care, the end result is years of satisfaction. Please refer to our Use & Care Guide for Laminate for Care & Maintenance tips.

I don't like the brown line that you see on the edge of a laminate countertop. Is there a way to avoid it?

Yes. The seam you are referring to is created by a traditional “self-edge” or square edge fabrication (the core edge of the top surface is exposed). One option is to use our IdealEdge™, decorative edges suitable for curved, clipped or 90-degree corner installations, available in two versatile profiles – Ogee and Bullnose. IdealEdge™ profiles are fabricated like a bevel edge, which allows for more installation flexibility, and have the ability to curve and encase all sides of countertops, islands and tables.  IdealEdge™ eliminates the final telltale sign of laminate – the brown line.

Can Formica® Laminate be applied to vertical surfaces?

f you are planning a vertical laminate application, review our Formica® laminate technical data sheet for specific details. You’ll see that you must bond the laminate to a #45 density particleboard (ANSI A208.1 - 1999) or an MDF or substrate (this substrate can be thin, such as 3/8”) first and then attach the panel to the wall by using panel adhesive or by bolting through the face with undersized screws.

Does Formica Corporation still manufacturer Formica Flooring?

No we do not. Kronotex USA is the exclusive manufacturer of the Formica Flooring laminate wood floor product line. You may visit their website at

How do I see all of the current colors on the website?

Visit our Product Category Page to view all of the collections available to you. To search for a specific design, click search and type in the name or number.

How do I find my local Formica Distributor or A&D Specialists?

Click on the Where to buy button at the top of the page and type in your ZIP code for a list of the Formica Distributor or A&D Specialist that services your area.

I have a problem with my Formica® Brand product. Who do I contact?

Please contact our Consumer Relations Department at 1-800-FORMICA (367-6422), or via email at

I have a question about a sample order I placed.  Who do I contact?

For sample inquiries, please contact us at 1-800-FORMICA™ (367-6422).

If my question is not listed here, where can I find my answer?

If your question is not listed here, please contact us or call 1-800-FORMICA™ (367-6422).

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Gloss (Finish Code: 90)



Matte (Finish Code: 58)


Natural Grain

Natural Grain - Premium (Finish Code: NG)

Natural Grain