Easy to Use
Posted December 3, 2013
I used this material to reface a bathroom vanity and it performed as advertised. I had to split one piece to get to a hard to reach area of the vanity and the 2 pieces went together nearly seamlessly. The veneer took gel stain and poly finish very well, and matches the cherry trim I made. A very fine product.
Refacing kitchen cabinets with Ash veneer...
Posted July 31, 2013
Refacing kitchen cabinets with Ash veneer because we have real solid wood ash cabinets and did not want to replace them. We refaced our whole kitchen with the Ash veneer and was very pleased at how easy it was to apply. Looks great with a natural stain. Very pleased and wood buy again because of the ease of use.
The veneer arrived on schedule and...
Posted February 11, 2013
The veneer arrived on schedule and looked good when opened. However, I see an issue using veneer that is rolled when packaged and shipped. It was difficult to get it to flatten out, and when you applied it the thin veneer had a lot of small cracks that mad it difficult for it to lay smooth. Sanding it down is not a good option as it is too thin to work with. I was also not as impressed with self adhesive. I would likely not purchase this veneer again.Editor's note: Veneer is only rolled at time of shipment. Before using veneer we recommend removing from the shipping carton and letting the veneer relax to it's flat shape overnight.
The adhesive has "bubbles" in it,...
Posted April 13, 2012
The adhesive has "bubbles" in it, meaning it is not stuck to the veneer in many areas. This translates to real bubbles in the veneer when applied to the work. Money wasted.
I got 24" x 96" red...
Posted January 12, 2012
I got 24" x 96" red oak veneer for a 24" wide panel. Guess what? The veneer is only 23 3/4" wide and on top of that varies by about 1/8" from that over its length. Applied it using a clean 6" flexible putty knife, which worked very nicely, then rolled it. Easy application, looks good, not at all happy about the actual versus stated width.