The low-quality cabinets in the market use cheap recycled plastic feet. After a period of use, due to aging, the cabinets will lose their balance and collapse, causing the artificial stone countertops to break, and the cabinets can no longer be used. The kitchen floor is relatively humid, and the high-quality metal feet can prevent moisture and prolong the service life of the cabinet. Due to the high cost of metal feet, ABS engineering plastics are often used as adjustment feet. Let's take a look at these types of cabinet feet.
PVC material cabinet feet and other plastic materials are relatively brittle, and they will age and become brittle after a long time of use. They are a kind of cabinet feet that are easy to break.
Aluminum alloy cabinet feet: This kind of material has good hardness, does not rust and is durable.
Solid wood cabinet feet: match with solid wood cabinets, but one thing everyone should pay attention to is not to let the water soak in, otherwise, there will be serious corrosion and affect the service life.
Wooden cabinet feet: generally used with solid wood or plastic door panels. However, because the cabinet feet are very close to the ground, the wooden material is easy to absorb water and becomes damp, and the water vapor will rise along the feet and endanger the entire cabinet body.
Imported frosted metal feet with waterproof rubber: not only waterproof, moisture-proof, no mold, no rust, but also beautiful and durable, and will not be damaged for life.