Single-face craft corrugated cardboard is useful for a range of purposes, such as:
- protecting furniture legs during transport
- covering framed pictures or mirrors
- protecting glass or wood tabletops
- adding rigidity and padding to parcels or packing boxes.
Also often called single-face kraft, or SFK, this product is manufactured from paper pulp. It consists of a layer of corrugated cardboard combined with a layer of flat cardboard.
An interesting aside: corrugated cardboard was first made in the United Kingdom to line top hats!
One of the most common of which is protection of furniture during transport. They are perfect as a covering for mirrors and wood which are both easily damaged. Once put through a secondary manufacturing process, these boards can be made into cardboard boxes.