Veneer

Veneer
Flexible, paper backed veneer consists of real wood veneer 1/64" thick, permanently bonded under heat and pressure to a 10 millimeter non-woven fiber backing. This backer serves two functions: the first is to act as a carrier, to hold the finished product together and allow flexibility. The second is to act as a barrier which will prevent adhesives from penetrating through to the surface of the veneer and to prevent finishes from penetrating to affect the adhesive bond. Finishes like any other real wood. Can be lightly sanded, sealed, stained, filled, and finished with top coats. Flexible so it can be applied to curved surfaces. Turns corners. Can be applied to almost and substrate: metal, plywood, particle board, etc. Use on lamps, furniture, cabinets, pictures, clocks, inlays, doors, switch plates, etc.

Contact Cement is required to adhere veneer to the substrate of your choice.

Not sure about applying or finishing veneer on your own? Here's the instructions!