Lamination is a procedure of assembling numerous layers of laminating material over an object. Compounding certain materials in many layers improves stability, resistance to deformation, protection from physical damage, and changes the physical appearance of an object, creating a cleaner look. There are different methods of creating a laminate layer over an object. Some laminating components need high-temperature treatment to be put together, others must be joined by pressure or welding, and there are some laminates that require additional adhesive materials to be compaginated. Various materials may be used in the lamination process, however, they most commonly come in two forms - liquids and films. Liquids are more often used in building, furnishing, and decorating materials, while films have a wide range of applications from document lamination to the automobile industry. Laminates provide protection from minor damage while maintaining the appearance and not adding excessive elements to the object.