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24" x 96" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - Ash
24" x 96" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - Ash Item #: 73507
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$84.99
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24" x 96" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - White Oak (Quarter Sliced)
24" x 96" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - White Oak (Quarter Sliced) Item #: 61332
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$84.99
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24" x 96" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - White Birch
24" x 96" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - White Birch Item #: 14233
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$84.99
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24" X 96" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - Cherry
24" X 96" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - Cherry Item #: 14274
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$84.99
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24" x 96" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - Hickory
24" x 96" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - Hickory Item #: 23400
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$84.99
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24" x 96" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - Maple
24" x 96" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - Maple Item #: 61323
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$84.99
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24" x 96" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - Mahogany (Plain Sliced)
24" x 96" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - Mahogany (Plain Sliced) Item #: 84682
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$84.99
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24" X 96" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - Red Oak (Plain Sliced)
24" X 96" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - Red Oak (Plain Sliced) Item #: 14241
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$84.99
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24" x 96" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - Walnut (Plain Sliced)
24" x 96" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - Walnut (Plain Sliced) Item #: 14266
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$84.99
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24" x 96" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - White Oak (Plain Sliced)
24" x 96" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - White Oak (Plain Sliced) Item #: 14258
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PSA - Pressure Sensitive Veneer - 24 Inch X 96 Inch

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PSA - Pressure Sensitive Veneer - 24 Inch X 96 Inch

Our clean and simple "peel-and-stick" 1/64'' thick veneers are now available in convenient 24"x 96" sheets. The 96" lengths are ideal for tall cabinets and uppers. No messy contact cement need apply-simplycut the veneer to size with a scissors, peel off the backing and use a High Pressure J-Roller (#50014, sold separately) for the smoothest application possible. This flexible veneer comes in Ash, White Laminate, White Birch, White Oak, Cherry, Hickory, Maple, Mahogany, Red Oak and Walnut.


Features:
  • Unfinished real wood (white matte is not real wood)
  • Accepts stains and finishes (white matte does not accept stains)
  • Permanently bonds to wood, glass, plastic and metal
  • Not recommended for use on fir plywood

Refacing tips: First, apply veneer to the end panels. Once you're ready for thefaceframes, start with the stiles (vertical members). Cut veneer slightly wider thanstile (leaving an overlap), and line up edge with top of the stile. Peel off backing and press as you go. Trim off the excess veneer. Finish by using a High Pressure J-Roller for optimal adhesion. Repeat the procedure on the rails (horizontal members).

(1) PSA - Pressure Sensitive Veneer - 24 Inch X 96 Inch
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Brand No
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Weight 3.4000
Tech Spec
  • 1/64" Thick (.39624 MM)
Technical Documents
Application Size Small
Application Method N/A
Species N/A
Coverage N/A
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the veneer is easy to work with not only does it adhere well by rolling it on i also press with a hot iron - no problems
June 10, 2018
Purchased
5 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Five Stars!
Excellent product. Easily workable material.
June 8, 2018
Purchased
5 months ago
First time working with veneer. Re-skinned a door. Great product! (Little pricey, but worth it.)
May 8, 2018
Purchased
5 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Love this, easy to use!
Worked great on a bath vanity that was mostly oak. One side was laminate though, so used this when staining the vanity from dated golden oak to dark.
April 17, 2018
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
Awesome product.
Nice straight cut edges to work with. Sanding was awesome so I was able to get a very nice finish.
April 17, 2018
Purchased
6 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Prospect work exactly how you advertised it found it to be perfect for my project in fact I will be ordering more in a couple of weeks
March 14, 2018
Purchased
7 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
This veneer is great for upgrading laminate tops on mid century furniture.
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December 22, 2017
Purchased
10 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
A good first experience
This was the first time we applied veneer. We had to replace the top of an old cedar chest. It was very east to apply. We used a steam iron and towel to wrap the waterfall front and it looks great.
December 18, 2017
Purchased
11 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
Fast application!
Good color and grain match! Have used this product before and will continue to use it on veneer replacement projects.
December 5, 2017
Purchased
11 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Easy to use and looks great
Without any past experience with placing a veneer material, the refinishing of 2 bathrooms has turned out beautifully. Covering the large built in areas took some time but combining the use of adhesive edging material, it looks like solid wood replacement.
October 14, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
Not knowing anything about wood working or veneer, I love this stuff so easy to apply and when stained and finished it looks amazing. Used on a kitchen cabinet reface. /wish I could post pics.
Theresa R on Aug 3, 2018
Prior use gives me confidence that this veneer will adhere properly to substrate.
Richard S on Jul 18, 2018
Not knowing anything about wood working or veneer, I love this stuff so easy to apply and when stained and finished it looks amazing. Used on a kitchen cabinet reface. /wish I could post pics.
Theresa R on Aug 3, 2018
We are redoing a room and needed to finish a place that was unable to handle a full board. The veneer was the answer to the problem.
Jennifer H on Jul 30, 2018
Prior use gives me confidence that this veneer will adhere properly to substrate.
Richard S on Jul 18, 2018
To put veneer on unfinished side of bookcase & cabinet.
Jolene D on Jun 15, 2018
I think it will do the job
Darius B on Jun 13, 2018
Easier to work with
Doris E on May 21, 2018
Using the veneer to provide a "finished Look" to a unique project....unable to find precut 4" veneer strips we will be using this sheet product to make 4 inch strips.
john p on May 17, 2018
for a project re-veneering jbl speakers
Mike M on Apr 14, 2018
Building a floating shelve.
Eric P on Apr 11, 2018
easy to work with
Robert E on Apr 6, 2018
The product looks good and a fair price
Jeff H on Mar 6, 2018
Going to re-face our existing cabinets.
David B on Mar 5, 2018
I am refacing the kitchen cabinets in our kitchen.I picked this style because I am hoping to avoid the use of contact cement.
keith c on Mar 2, 2018
Resurfacing a china cabinet sides.. Original surfaces not able to stain and refinish.
Joe
Joe the kayaker on Mar 1, 2018
Base cabinet repair
Michael H on Feb 25, 2018
for a cabinet repair
Alexander H on Feb 1, 2018
Reviews that it easy to use and durable.
Louise M on Jan 1, 2018
Making leaf for antique dining table and this appears to match the grain pattern very nicely!
Tim L on Dec 15, 2017
veneer project
david k on Nov 11, 2017
refacing project
Patricia R on Nov 9, 2017
Ease of application
David D on Nov 8, 2017
Will use the veneer to cover a section of wall between two wood cabinets.
Tom E on Nov 7, 2017
I'm going to cover a 47 buick dash. I'll let you know how it goes
Dan C on Nov 1, 2017
I have used it before and it worked well.
Tim T on Oct 17, 2017
to refinish a desk
patricia f on Sep 23, 2017
on sale
Jeb F on Sep 23, 2017
Works great, much easier than using contact cement, easy to cut too! Highly recommended.
Steve R on Sep 21, 2017
Used it before. Easy to use.
Dennis C on Sep 21, 2017
Making custom stairs with a radius end and will need to wrap with veneer.
Woodworker1 on Sep 7, 2017
needed to span sides of floor to ceiling cabinets. Make cabinets 12 in depth for efficient use.
Michael J. F on Sep 2, 2017
To hide an obvious patch job
Rebecca B on Aug 22, 2017
Needed this product to refinish an old map cabinet made over 75 years ago.
Shelley C on Aug 15, 2017
have a project that needs refacing.
william c. e on Aug 3, 2017
REVIEWS
JACK C on Jul 13, 2017
Bought it before and it was wonderful. Very easy to work with and apply. Stays put and takes epoxy and sealer well.
ELIZABETH G on May 13, 2017
I need to put a oak finish on the end of a base sink cabinet. This is the best material to do it.
Don S on May 7, 2017
Refinishing a piece of furniture
Megan K on Apr 29, 2017
remodeling our kitchen, needed for a cabinet side
Jon L on Apr 13, 2017
I have used it before, and it work wonderful,
easy to apply, Contact cement and done. P.B.
Paul B on Apr 11, 2017
Heard good things about your veneers.
Robert S on Mar 29, 2017
I have always been satisfied with y'all and I am presently updating a 1998 RV by putting this veneer over the quite dated filigreed mirrors in the cabinet doors! Thanks!
Craig M on Mar 14, 2017
need to restore the top of antique dresser
GLENN L on Mar 5, 2017
Previous purchase from this company with same or similar product. I was very pleased with both company and product. Thanks
Shari W on Mar 3, 2017
for my dining room leaves.
Mark B on Mar 1, 2017
After installing new drywall over plaster walls I needed to extend inside door jambs 1/2".
This seemed like a good cover that would be able to make it look like one piece.
Seems like high $$ shipping for economy...
And why does shipping get taxed too ??
Don H on Feb 10, 2017
Cabinet repair
Glenn B on Feb 8, 2017
i used the psa veneer on an identical stand a few years ago, and have been very satisfied with the finish that was achieved on the first unit.
BOB G on Jan 27, 2017
Appears to meet the need that I have for resurfacing
Leigh M on Jan 27, 2017
easy to use
John G on Jan 26, 2017
need item
Peete S on Jan 26, 2017
We are redoing a room and needed to finish a place that was unable to handle a full board. The veneer was the answer to the problem.
Jennifer H on Jul 30, 2018
To put veneer on unfinished side of bookcase & cabinet.
Jolene D on Jun 15, 2018
what is the best veneer thickness to use, I have a night stand that was in a flood and the bottom part on the ends have warped and the veneer has separated about 5 inches from the bottom can I cut the damaged area and used some type of veneer to fix it?
jack b on Nov 10, 2016
which way does the grain run for the 24 x 96 ? Is the roll 24 wide or 96?
A shopper on Apr 22, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The grain runs the long way, the 96" measure, but you will see pieces that are anywhere from tightly grained to quite vivid with character. It is quite important to let the rolls "relax" flat for several days for the easiest working and best performance.
what is the difference between white laminate and white matte?
Twink on Apr 12, 2016
BEST ANSWER: White matte is intended to seal the wood surface for application of paint.
Can this be applied over a painted surface?
A shopper on May 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: yes we applied it on cabinets that been stained and varnished.
Did anyone try to match teak veneer with the PSA veneer? Which wood comes closest?
Spencer S on Nov 24, 2016
so the grain runs lengthwise, like a 1/2 sheet of plywood?
Matt K on Jul 6, 2016
BEST ANSWER: That appears to be so. Great product!
How do you get a straight cut? Razor? Saw? Etc... The reason I ask is because I can't imaging getting a straight cut with scissors.
Breandan M on May 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I use a metal straight edge and a razor blade knife.
Put the vaneer on top of a scrap of soft wood that is a little longer than your cut-- line the straight edge up and hold firmly and cut against the metal straight edge.
There is a special veneer hand tri saw that Rockler sells that works well if you need to trim after you apply the vaneer
Do water based stains effect the adhesive?
jerry on Jul 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I do not know about water based stains; however, i did use water based urethane. Three coats worth. It did raise the grain . Just had to sand between coats.. my guess is no problem.
Need to resurface a 30 x 60 oak table that also has a 20 x 30 extra leaf in the middle. How best to butt pieces of veneer together to cover that much area? Several narrow lengths or a 24" wide plus a 6"? How best to join the pieces?
Gerald W on Apr 13, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Gerald, I havn't had any experience joining pieces, sorry I can't help you. Larry
What is the difference between the 24" x 96" veneer and the 2' x 8' veneer?
Gary R on Jun 22, 2017
PSA - Pressure Sensitive Veneer - 24 Inch X 96 Inch
PSA - Pressure Sensitive Veneer - 24 Inch X 96 Inch
24'' Inch x 8 Foot Veneer Rolls with 10 Mil Paper Backing
24'' Inch x 8 Foot Veneer Rolls with 10 Mil Paper Backing
BEST ANSWER: The 24" x 8 foot you note is not PSA. It only has a paper backing, not an PSA backing.
Do you have birds eye maple PSA?
Stoddard Const. on Aug 20, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Pressure Sensitive Adhesive veneer is the kind of veneer that already has adhesive on the back. You just peel off and stick it down on whatever item you are re-veneering.
The area of veneer I am replacing is 42” wide x 18” high. The grain needs to run top to bottom of the 18”. It appears that a seam would have to be down the middle to accomplish this. Can that be done without having an obvious seam? Any solutions? This is the front of a cedar chest.
Marilyn R on Oct 8, 2017
BEST ANSWER: In all honesty, I am not sure how the seems would appear. I haven't had to seem any. I have just had to do one solid piece.
Rockler veneer application instructions recommend use of high pressure J Roller for PSA application. Other instructions on site recommend use of veneer scraper. What should I use?
Shamaal on Jul 3, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Both methods work. I personally use rollers, and have never had any issues with them. I prefer the pressure I'm able to apply with a long handled roller, and less passes as compared to a small handheld veneer scraper. Others may disagree, but to get from point a to point b it has never let me down.
Can I apply this to a mirror surface?
Irink K on May 23, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Sure. As long as it is free from oil. I would wipe with lacquer thinner before applying. My concern would be how you would be able to press it down on a glass surface with out breaking the glass.
i want to use the Oak self-stick veneer on fir plywood floating shelves..it is not recommended for fir plywood. Can I use a sealer on the plywood before applying the veneer? I would need 3 96" rolls.
Delores R on Aug 2, 2017
BEST ANSWER: As long as the surface off the plywood is level...no dips, dents, etc.. the surface must be smooth for any low area, ding or dent will telescope through the veneer. If there are any dings or dents in the plywood, you need to fill with wood filler and sand level before applying veneer. Even though this is self stick veneer, use contact cement on the plywood surface. To be even sure coat the plywood with a clear finish,(shellac/sanding sealer) let it dry, lightly sand, then add the cement. This way you will have 100% chance of success. Chances of the glue failing when or if you are going to use a water base finish, are reduced significantly.
can a router with a flush trim bit be used to trim the edges after application?
Mark B on May 4, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Mark I did not use a router to trim the edges. I used a very sharp carving knife. I would try a router on a scrap piece with PSA..I did a Governor Winthrop Desk with the wavy drawer fronts and everything is holding very well.
I want use the 96 inch long roll to refinish the top of a cedar chest. It has a 2 inch radius along the front edge. Will this veneer work for that application?
Todd B on Jan 27, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I believe it may be possible, but difficult to get a long-lasting and professional look. The grain would have to run perpendicular to the radius for any chance. If there is no trim piece to secure that front edge, it will be a vulnerable point for peel-back and/or chipping. This is on the border. If it were less than 2", I would say do not even try it. Doing the ends, where it is probably end-grain, can certainly be done, but it will look a bit weird, in my mind. Good luck with it, whatever you do.
is 14258 wood and is it stainable?
donald w on Oct 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes it's wood and stainable. It's really thin. I wouldn't use a power sander on it. (Hand sanding with 320 worked well for me) Works really well for cabinet refinishing. I replaced a side that was printed plastic with this. Turned out well.
Can the pressure sensitive veneer be used on the end of kitchen cabinet which has is not wood. The cabinet has that "Fake" wood that I believe is like a contact paper that the cabinet comes with if real wood surfaces are not originally installed on the cabinet. If so does anything have to be done to cabinet end before applying?
J. M on Jul 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I had good results applying the veneer directly over the existing contact paper on my cabinets. The veneer is thick so account for that a bit; it may almost make your end flush. If you can remove the contact paper your results will be better but if it's not coming off you should be fine. Sand the surface well and apply mineral spirits to clean out any excess debris. I had the easiest time starting from the top and applying a couple of inches then pulling the backing off a little at a time. Be sure to have a strong but flexible, plastic, flat edge to smooth things out.
My dad cut holes in the top of a rolltop desk for his stereo and turntable back in the 50's. I am restoring this desk. My plan is to use plywood to fill the two large holes then fill in any cracks and sand, etc. As a final step I want to put a veneer of the whole top, then sand the edge to blend in with the front curve of the desk top. My concern is whether or not with this pressure sensitive veneer there might be a line showing where the adhesive is. Will there be a line? Thanks for your help!
S F on Jun 7, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It depends on whether you are covering the entire top or only part of it. If you are going to do the entire top, as long as you are able to put the veneer as tight to the edges and sand in my experience it just looks like a false top. I recently completed two cabinets and finished them with the pressure sensitive veneer and it did not show a glue line but the 1/64" thickness did create a line at the edges. In my case, it was what I was trying for as I had an additional roundover on all edges of the top.
I am refinishing an old Singer sewing machine which the local saw mill tells me is quarter sawn white oak. I am able to refinish the drawers, and side panels but not the top flat surfaces or curved back. I want to match the sides but am concerned about one of the reviews which indicates the veneer he received was more of a straight grained type. "Very little flecking. Comments please!!!!???
Jerome P on Jan 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: My question had to do with quarter sawn white oak and the small amount of flecking on the material he received not red oak used to repair a bay window.
do you have sample colors of the psa?
karen s on Jul 21, 2015
BEST ANSWER: All veneers are unfinished, they do not come in colors. You would select according to the species of wood you need and then stain and finish for color after installed.
I understand that the PSA is less messy and easier to work with than the veneer requiring contact glue. But for durability and adhesion (in my case, refacing an exterior door) which is superior?
Gary K on Sep 3, 2018
PSA - Pressure Sensitive Veneer - 24 Inch X 96 Inch
PSA - Pressure Sensitive Veneer - 24 Inch X 96 Inch
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24" x 32" Walnut - Allwood Two Ply Veneer
BEST ANSWER: Hello Gary, I've not used veneer requiring contact glue in my projects, so I can't give you pros and cons for the comparison of PSA vs veneer. For my project, I used the PSA on mirrored drawers to reinforce the stability where the knob attaches - which worked great.
Steve
Does the birch face of this veneer have seems or is it one piece?
Tim H on Jul 20, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The piece I bought had no seems and was one solid piece.
I have a dresser that has a Formica top. Will the PSA veneer work on top of the formica?
John G on Apr 17, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I believe it will. I used it on top of laminated bath vanity 2 years ago & haven't had any issues. Sand the formica first & clean off dust to enhance adhesion.
Is the ash veneer quarter sawn-straight grain?
Phil R on Feb 22, 2018
BEST ANSWER: No it is not qtr sawn, it is actually pealed off the tree by rotating the tree while a knife cuts the tree thinly.
I am applying walnut veneer over new birch plywood. Is the adhesion better over untreated plywood or is it better to seal the plywood with Enduro-Var, water based urethane?
Charles S on Mar 2, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I would certainly seal it for general moisture control . One coat on the other side and two coats, with a light sand between on the veneer side, to get the smoothest and best surface for adhesion. Good luck with the project.
is item 14258 real wood and is it stainable?
donald w on Oct 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes it is real wood and is stainable. I used it on the underside of upper kitchen cabinets.
Is it possible to request bookmatched series of veneers?
Sj K on Sep 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I have ordered and bought 15 sheets of 24" x 98" cherry and you can not tell any difference from one sheet or an other
Rick what is the difference between Item #54735 and #84682? Larry Skeet
Larry S on Apr 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It is the way the wood is cut to make the veneer, it is explained on the Rockler site http://www.rockler.com/how-to/veneers-quarter-or-plain-sliced/