Types of Surfaces

Using our patented technology to create the most powerful, industrial strength vacuum seal, FECA products will hold tightly on non-porous surfaces. See what materials you can use these products on. Every manufacture is different, so test before use.

Suitable Materials

Laminate

Also known as HPL. Features: durable, wear resistant, moisture-proof, easy cleaning surface. Decorative laminates are produced by thermo processed into high-pressure decorative laminates. Most laminate are waterproof and non-porous. Thus, it is suitable for using suction cup products.

Painted Wood with Coating

Painted wood with coating is produced by painting, glossy polishing or waxing of wood. The high density creates coating that cannot permeate. It is commonly used for elegant cabinet. Most painted wood is waterproof and non-porous surface, thus, it is suitable for using suction products.

Ceramic/Glazed Tile

After the glaze is painted or sprayed on, the resulting tile is water-proof and non-porous. Thus, it is suitable for using suction products.

Non-Porous Tile

General unglazed tile, mainly refers to polished quartz tiles, is waterproof and non-porous surface. It is suitable for using suction products.

Glass

Glass is a transparent and hard, water-proof, non-porous material. It is suitable for using suction cup products.

Plastic/Acrylic Sheet

Acrylic sheet is waterproof and non-porous, thus, it is suitable for using suction cup products.

Stainless Steel

As stainless steel is water-proof, non-porous material, thus, it is suitable for using suction products.

Sealed Marble

Marble and natural stone is porous. By sealing the marble surface, the sealer fills in the pores of the natural stone for a non-porous finish.

System Cabinet
Also known as chipboard. It is manufactured by mixing wood particles or flakes together with a resin and forming the mixture into a sheet. As chipboard is waterproof and non-porous surface, thus, it is suitable for using suction products.

Untreated chipboard without melamine treatment is porous. Therefore, it is not suitable for using suction cup products.


NON - Suitable Materials

Natural Timber

Normal building materials such as wood rosewood,teak, sandalwood and other natural untreated wood surface is porous, thus, not suitable for using suction cup products.

Wood Veneer Sheets

Thin slices of wood sheets glued to a board. The surface of sheet is breathable and porous. It is not suitable for using suction cup products.

Wood Panel

Common wood panel walls are painted by water-based paint which is porous. Thus, it is not suitable for using suction cup products.

Cracked Tile

Old or cracked tile may cause tile surface to leak air, thus, it is not suitable for using suction products.

Mosaic Tile

Widely used for wall or street art. Due to the tiny tile surfaces and multiple seams, thus, it is not suitable for using suction products. Rule: The area you attempt to attach must be bigger than the rubber pad.

Imitation Brick Tile

Commonly used for balcony or column surface. Due to surface roughness over 0.4mm or its porous surface, it is not suitable for using suction products.

Unsealed Marble

Untreated natural marble has porous surface, thus, it is not suitable for using suction products. Marble wall is not easy to drill. You can paste the plastic disc for easy use.

Painted wall

Normal interior wall was painted by breathable water-base paint which is breathable, thus, it is not suitable for using suction cup products.

Wallpaper

Wallpaper is a porous surface, thus, it is not suitable for using suction products.

Concrete Wall

Concrete wall is porous surface, thus, it is not suitable for using suction products. To avoid damaging of concrete wall, do not attempt to paste the plastic disc.





How to Use

Organizing your space has never been easier. If you think we’re bluffing, watch this video and see for yourself. For more info, please visit the How to use page.


About FECA

Industrial grade vacuum suction cup solution for home organization.