One of the advantages of melamine-faced panels is their cost-effectiveness compared to solid wood or other materials. They offer a balance between aesthetics, performance, and affordability, making them a popular choice in both residential and commercial settings. Additionally, their resistance to moisture and stains makes them suitable for use in kitchens, bathrooms, and other high-moisture environments.

Wait… 1 lesser step, does it mean factory laminated panel?

Melamine resin is a thermosetting plastic material made from melamine and formaldehyde. It is known for its durability, scratch resistance, moisture resistance, and easy maintenance. The melamine resin is applied to the surface of the wood-based panel under high pressure and temperature, creating a hard, smooth, and decorative finish.