I have a question about a ways to covering OSB edges. I'm not a professional, but I build (and helped to build) furniture since childhood. So I know my basics pretty solid, I think. So can I legally ask this, or not? And is there a canonical meta question about it?
The question I was going to ask is:
I have an oriented standard board, 1250 x 1800 x 12 mm. Faces are covered with fabric. Sadly, fabric's width was exactly 1250mm, too. This means I was able to tuck fabric to cover shorter edges, but now I have uncovered 1800 x 12 mm OSB edges. How can I make them safe to handle, and look good? I don't want any splinters in my skin. Look is important, but clearly secondary issue. Due to technical requirements OSB can't really be narrower, and the kind of fabric I use is not sold in wider varieties.