What Are Efex?

Efex Are Bendable

The only bendable moldings and appliques available today. There are many types of moldings and appliqués Until Efex they were not bendable. This means that they must either be applied to completely flat surface or have the gaps filled after application. They simply flex to fit any surface they’re applied to. They can also be stretched up to 2% to ensure a tight fit. No special tools are required beyond a pair of scissors or knife and a good contact cement.

Made from historic architectural designs Efex are proudly MADE IN THE USA


What are Efex and how to attach them

Simple to Use?

Efex can be applied to almost any surface – wood, plaster, metal, glass, and terracotta by using  DAP® Weldwood contact cement, it’s simply the best one we’ve used so far! Apply to back of the appliqué and to surface you’re attaching to. Press the two surfaces together once the glue is dry to the touch, and it’s done! You can start finishing your piece once the appliqué is attached.

If you’re using a different brand make sure you check the manufacturer’s instructions, these may differ from brand to brand. Don’t use epoxy or PVA glues as they will not adhere.

Use Efex Anywhere?

Efex can be used anywhere around the home including kitchens and bathrooms. Use on furniture, walls, doors, or mirrors. Use to create picture frames and boxes. In fact, if it needs decorating this is the product for you. They can be used outside too! For garden uses such as terracotta, store inside during extreme winter weather, or in a sheltered area.

Where can I use Efex
How to finish your project

Just Glue and Paint!

Efex can be painted, stained, or even gilded. Just apply your favorite products to get any look your heart desires. Water-based, oil, stain, crackle, you name it! From shabby chic, to elegant French – the possibilities are simply endless.

What designs do you have?

We carry 100s of different designs, from trim and scrolls to rosettes, bows, and ceiling embellishments. All of our designs come from country charm and old world historic moldings. Why not create something beautiful and unique today?

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