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24" x 32" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - Red Oak
24" x 32" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - Red Oak Item #: 35650
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24" x 32" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - White Oak
24" x 32" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - White Oak Item #: 37369
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24" x 32" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - Qtr Sawn White Oak
24" x 32" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - Qtr Sawn White Oak Item #: 38601
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24" X 32" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - Hickory
24" X 32" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - Hickory Item #: 36867
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24" x 32" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - White Birch
24" x 32" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - White Birch Item #: 37791
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24" x 32" Presure Sensitive Veneer - Cherry
24" x 32" Presure Sensitive Veneer - Cherry Item #: 37594
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24" x 32" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - Ash
24" x 32" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - Ash Item #: 33344
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24" x 32" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - Maple
24" x 32" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - Maple Item #: 33095
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24" x 32" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - Mahogany (Plain Sliced)
24" x 32" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - Mahogany (Plain Sliced) Item #: 37328
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24" x 32" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - Walnut (Plain Sliced)
24" x 32" Pressure Sensitive Veneer - Walnut (Plain Sliced) Item #: 37103
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PSA - Pressure Sensitive Veneer - 24 Inch X 32 Inch

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PSA - Pressure Sensitive Veneer - 24 Inch X 32 Inch

Our clean and simple "peel-and-stick" veneers are now available in convenient 24" x 32" sheets with a thickness of 1/64''. The 32" lengths are great for doors, face frames and end panels on vanities as well as on standard base cabinets with a toe space. No messy contact cement need apply-simply cut 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 premium grade 1/64" thick flexible veneer comes with a 10 mil thick paper forstability and a pressure sensitive adhesive applied to its backside. These veneers permanently bonds to wood, glass, plastic and metal. They come in: Red Oak, White Oak, Sawn White Oak, White Birch, Cherry, Hickory, Ash, Maple, Mahogany and Walnut.


Features:

  • Not recommended for use on fir plywood
  • Unfinished real wood
  • Accepts stains and finishes

  • Refacing tips: First, apply veneer to the end panels. Once you're ready for the face frames, start with the stiles (vertical members). Cut veneer slightly wider than stile (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 High Pressure J-Roller for optimal adhesion. Repeat the procedure on the rails (horizontal members).

(1) PSA - Pressure Sensitive Veneer
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Brand No
Manufacturer Part Number No
Weight 1.6600
Tech Spec
  • 1/64" Thick (.39624 MM)
  • 10 mil paper backing
Technical Documents PSA EdgeBanding Adhesive Transfer Tapes MSDS
Application Size Small
Application Method No
Species No
Coverage No
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easy to install
saved $ 200 . home depot asked $ 100 each door . fixed two door for $ 45 .
April 9, 2018
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
Used the veneer to repair a damaged kitchen shelf. Very easy to apply and shelf is now as good as new.
April 3, 2018
Purchased
7 months ago
cherry veneer
Looks great and easy to use. Used an Xacto knife to trim the edges then sanded. Daughter-in-law was amazed at the outcome.
March 23, 2018
Purchased
7 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
I love this product
product worked great , veneered a bathroom vanity , this made it easy , no messy brush on glue, it’s great to work with
February 8, 2018
Purchased
9 months ago
PSA veneer
So easy to work with. I normally order paperbacked veneer and use wood glue to adhere but from now on PSA is the way to go.
December 18, 2017
Purchased
10 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Good product.
The product worked well. Was easy to work with and the project looks good. Would recommend.
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December 13, 2017
Purchased
10 months ago
This is a nice product.
I used this product to finish the ends of a kitchen cabinet I built. It was very easy to use and it looks GREAT! I have received many compliments on how the hickory veneer matches the solid hickory doors and face fram.
October 17, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Excellent product.
Hellpful store personnel via phone. Prompt and efficient service. The product, with the superb adhesive, was exactly what I needed without my ever seeing it in the store.

Highly recommend Rockler, and will use them again.
October 8, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Great product.
It was easy to use and looks great. It worked perfectly for our application. Need a thin veneer to go over the sides if our appliance garage. The last countertops required a cut out for back splash, the new countertops terrors did not. We filled in the cut outs an veneered over. It looks great!!
Tx
September 17, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
PSA Veneer
I would highly recommend this product! I am not a woodworker but applying this veneer was very easy. I replaced the veneer on an antique sewing machine "coffin top" and I couldn't be happier with the end result.
September 12, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
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Why did you choose this?
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Pressure sensitive should be easier to use than using contact cement, etc.
Kenneth S on Aug 10, 2018
needed this as well
Briane O on Jul 1, 2018
Pressure sensitive should be easier to use than using contact cement, etc.
Kenneth S on Aug 10, 2018
I like it??😎
Michael M on Jul 18, 2018
needed this as well
Briane O on Jul 1, 2018
Used it before and is a perfect product for the application I am working with.
Blaine H on Jun 12, 2018
recommended by vintage stereo repair website
robert l on Jun 11, 2018
I ordered this pressure sensitive veneer because it will help me to repair peeling veneer from a piece of furniture.
Sandra B V on Jun 8, 2018
1st time trying
Vanessa M on Jun 2, 2018
Working with a CNC and want contrast in cuts/designs
Michael M on May 25, 2018
Easy to apply for small job!
Tim C on May 22, 2018
Because I need it for a cabinet refinish project
Pamela G on May 17, 2018
Complete a home project
GEORGE D on May 15, 2018
It's awesome stuff!!
Stacy C on May 15, 2018
Good experience with previous purchase of similar product.
Douglas M on Apr 17, 2018
Hard to find veneer at local shops. Thanks for this service.
Nora S on Apr 13, 2018
My mid century hutch was affected with rain and I ruined the top getting the top away from the base. I thought I could flip it over but the underside had no veneer
Susan P on Mar 25, 2018
Small project
Israel G on Mar 22, 2018
easy way to line cabinet
Vernon M on Mar 20, 2018
Ease of use
Paul A on Mar 12, 2018
To resurface a shelf in my kitchen cabinet
Patricia E on Mar 12, 2018
Going to re-face our existing cabinets.
David B on Mar 5, 2018
cabinet door repair
Michael H on Feb 25, 2018
Unique application area
Allen F on Jan 2, 2018
Repair a desk top
Donald R on Nov 16, 2017
Needed to reface side of old cedar chest
Danna W on Nov 13, 2017
fits my needs
Richard L on Nov 7, 2017
This product appears to be the best option to improve the look of a small cabinet top. The original top is veneer, worn/damaged beyond repair.
Marc C on Nov 7, 2017
Matching wood to my project
DOUGLAS M on Nov 1, 2017
Have used it before
Joseph R on Nov 1, 2017
furniture repair
Pete S on Oct 6, 2017
the only one I could find that was the wright size
Richard G on Oct 5, 2017
restoring old dresser
howard s on Sep 20, 2017
Good reviews on ease of use.
Audrie C. S on Aug 26, 2017
it looked less intimidating than the contact cement route.
Judy and Chris C on Aug 24, 2017
repair damaged vanity door
Steven M on Aug 20, 2017
It worked great for covering the fake ends on my nice oak front cabinets.
Matthew C on Aug 18, 2017
it was the right color and quantity
Stephen P. G on Aug 10, 2017
Have used it before and not stocked in local store
James D on Jul 19, 2017
This is the finished surface to be applied over the 2 ply red oak.
Samuel D on Jul 17, 2017
anxious to try my hand working with the many choices that you offer.
Margaret M on Jun 28, 2017
I need to make the drawers on a desk all look alike and this looks like it will work. We'll see.
Carolyn H on May 20, 2017
Refinishing a piece of furniture
Megan K on Apr 29, 2017
cver front on speaker enclosure
Joseph R on Apr 26, 2017
I need it
Catherine S on Apr 24, 2017
to repair doors
Ted C on Apr 15, 2017
Past positive experience with this product
Dennis M on Mar 28, 2017
I find the PSA Veneer much easier to apply on some surfaces as opposed to the applying a liquid contact glue to both surfaces.
Samuel D on Mar 26, 2017
ease of application; replacing veneer on vintage sewing machine treadle cabinet.
Kathleen M B on Mar 22, 2017
To dress up the side of an old cabinet in our workshop.
Ronald H on Mar 15, 2017
To repair the veneer on the pews in my church.
Howard S on Mar 14, 2017
to refinish an old table
stanley m on Mar 14, 2017
I like it??😎
Michael M on Jul 18, 2018
Used it before and is a perfect product for the application I am working with.
Blaine H on Jun 12, 2018
can you use this type of veneer to fix the bottom of an exterior door? can the red oak be stained to match the rest of the door?
rachel on Jul 15, 2015
will this stick to epoxy? My substrate is pretty low quality particle board that has been filled previously with epoxy in several large areas.
Oz1313 on Feb 11, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I used the pressure sensitive veneer with good results, even over previously glued areas. However, none of the areas that had glue were large. My experience with putting the veneer over glued surfaces was the same for both yellow glue and 5-minute epoxy. The only suggestion that I can make is that you roughen the surface before application. Good luck.
Does the grain run in the 32" direction?
Annette T on May 6, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes.
Can this be used on external applications, like doors or decorative pots? Would an all-weather stain protect it? I would think it would last at least 5 years if maintained. Does anyone have any experience like that ?
smorelli2003 s on Sep 23, 2016
is this self adhesive veneer?
cindieoz on Apr 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes. It's a peel and stick. I was careful with surface prep , and careful about applying , and it was relatively simple , and sticks well , looks great. I used a 2x4 cut at 45° and slightly rounded , to push the veneer into the surface. There are lots of videos , hints , instructions available. Look it all up , and you will quickly get the idea of what you must do. Not a hard process.
Can you use this on stairs?
Mike F on Feb 7, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I would think this would not last very long on stairs if used on the treads. It is not very thick.
I gave a ten foot dark oak table that needs top replaced. It cannot be refinished due to type of particle board used. Do I have to sand off the top coat of ? To get the veneer to stick?
A shopper on Jun 14, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I don't think so. My application was significantly different from yours, so I don't have direct experience in your problem. But I observed that the adhesive on the veneer was very strong. I believe that you will find that it does the job. I suggest that a scuff sanding of the surface will provide a better gluing surface, probably with 100 or 120 grit. If the table is to be used like a dining table, you will also need to do something to hide the edge of the veneer, so that you don't inadvertently knock pieces of veneer off.
I'm wanting to replace the veneer on a 35 year old coffee table. Can you apply a finish to this type of veneer?
S S on May 10, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Actually I replace the veneer on an old victrola cabinet using this veneer. The veneer if you prep the surface correctly and follow the simple instructions, take a and makes a great finish. The one thing I would not do is use any power sander. I hand sanded mine and the finish is wonderful.

Prior to laying the veneer pay very close attention to the substrate and make sure it is flat and clean. I will definitely buy this product again if I need it. I am a hobbyist and there are times I need to restore an antique my wife buys because the veneer is gone. I used to do it the hard way and buy non glued back veneer. Go thru the messy process of gluing the veneer and then having to clean it all up and prep for finish. This product honestly saves me a lot of time and mess clean up and the finished appearance is excellent.
Can this be used for a tabletop?
Elaine S on Oct 6, 2016
BEST ANSWER: If you want to use it for a small table, I think you will have no problem. But if you want to use it for a large table, such as a dining table, I think you will find it very difficult to get a decent seam. In both instances, plan on adding side banding to protect the edge of the veneer from being pulled up a little during use. The amount of separation will almost certainly be very little, but only a tiny amount will be enough to make it unsightly. Good luck with you project.
I want to put oak veneer on a steel interior door, what would you suggest?
Dan T on Apr 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I have never used the veneer on steel, but having used it on wood and having observed the holding power of the adhesive, I strongly suspect that the veneer would hold to metal with no problem. However, you should be certain that the metal is ready to accept the adhesive. I would suggest that you clean the door carefully, rub it down with acetone or some other high volatility hydrocarbon and then sand the surface lightly with 320 wet/dry sandpaper. Best of luck.
will this product hold up outside in humidity? I want to use it on an outside bar.
Melissa S on Jul 29, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Perhaps with plenty of polyurethane. I used it indoors with stain and no sealant, and it is gorgeous! Good luck!
This may be obvious, but are these veneers actual wood, or are they simply prints of the wood grain on to an adhesive paper of sorts?
Kyle P on Jun 22, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I ordered the red oak. It was indeed real wood veneer. I used it to cover my bathroom vanity. It came out nicely, and it took stain and finish nicely.
Can this veneer be put on over older veneer?
Bob B on Apr 26, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Hi Bob, I applied my veneer to 3/4 inch oak veneer plywood that was not finished with anything. It was new plywood. I used denatured alcohol to prep the surface just after a light sanding and using a blowgun to clean the pores of the wood. If you prep it properly, I think you would have no problems. Good Luck.-Bryce
Is oil stain and oil varnish, like Waterlox, ok over this peel and stick type of veneer?
Julian J on Mar 22, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I'm sorry Julian, but the project that I ordered this veneer for fell through. I still have it waiting for the next project to use it on.

Scott
Adding veneer to bay window seat. Substrate is painted plywood, and gets direct sun all day long. Would peel and stick or glued veneer be better? If peel and stick is best, what if I need to adjust it once it's in place? Can I lift and adjust the placement?
snuznmc on Jun 24, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I have never tried the veneer on a painted surface, so I cannot comment definitively. My experience is that the adhesive is very powerful, so if the paint is strongly attached to the plywood, I think you will probably be OK, at least for the short term. On the second point, I can tell you definitively that your ability to adjust the veneer is very limited. If you are talking about a very soft and gentle touch between the veneer and the substrate, you probably can unstick it. But once you firmly adhere the veneer, there is NO ability to adjust. You have to get the veneer into position correctly the first time. I hope this helps you. And best of luck.
I'd like to make a veneer laptop skin that will be residue-free if removed. Has anyone used this for that? Does anyone have more information about the PSA adhesive?
Lauren B on May 20, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The wood veneer is meant to be perminant and finished once it is applied so I wouldn't use it on a laptop.
Is this PSA Pressure Sensitive Veneer OK on the face of a fireplace mantle?
John H on Oct 11, 2018
BEST ANSWER: John, I've had good results with this product and would should work well with your application as long as that area of the mantle isn't exposed to extreme heat. Getting warm should be ok.
I have an open staircase (no risers) with bare pine treads. I'd like to wrap the treads in oak and stain to match the flooring. Can this product wrap a stair and accept stain?
Rehabber on Sep 20, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I don't know about wrapping a stair because I used on a piece of furniture. It took the stain and poly great and it was easy to trim.
does it come unfished so i can stain it?
Joan B on Jul 20, 2018
BEST ANSWER: YES BUT USE CAUTION WHEN APPLYING THE STAIN. TOO MUCH MAY DILUTE THE ADHESIVE AND CREATE A PROBLEM ! USE WATER BASED STAIN IF YOU CAN.
Will this work to cover a seam between two pieces of wood? I have a beam that was covered but it was done with two separate pieces and there is now a fairly significant seam. I am trying to fill it to look like one solid beam.
Heather L on May 3, 2018
BEST ANSWER: To Heather L., The seam must be filled with a wood filler so that there is no air pockets, prior to covering with a veneer and if there is a glue joint that must be secure. The wood should be smooth and flat.
Can I order samples? Do all woods need to be stained and finished?
Judy B on Apr 29, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I have never attempted to order samples, but much of these are in their brick and mortar stores so you could see them there. As far as I know they all required finishing. Since the primary purpose is for refacing face frame cabinets, you would have to deal with edge finishing which requires trimming and sanding anyway.
Hello friends,
I am gonna apply venneer to a coffee table 20×20” , and will use PSA Veneer from Rockler, Peel and Stick Type.
To seal the wood porous surface, prior to applying the veneer, should I apply one or two coats of Dewaxed Shellac and sand smooth the surface?
How many days should I let the veneer adhesive cure before I apply stain and varnish ?
Thank you very much for your help!
Julian
Julian J on Mar 20, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Julian,
Two coats (sand after each coat) will ensure a smooth surface. Be sure to allow ample time for each coat of shellac to dry before sanding. You must remove all the dust for good contact. In my experience once the veneer adhesive contacts the dry, DUST FREE surface the bond is made, no changeys no take backs. I'd recommend a slightly larger square of veneer to ensure complete coverage then carefully trim the excess with a new, sharp razor knife (or router) . Take your time when cutting across the grain. As for final finish, next day would be safe.
I'd also read up on the various finish products available. Traditional varnish is sensitive to moisture, i.e. a sweating tumbler of our favorite beverage.
Steve
Does the Hickory have character that one would find when buying hickory kitchen cabinets? I don't want to replace the upper cabinets but want them to match the new lower ones.
Anna A on Aug 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I can only speak about red oak because that is what I used. It matched the other red oak to a T. sorry that is all I have experience with.
what is plain sliced?
jim w on May 10, 2016
BEST ANSWER: There is a good explanation of plain slicing, rotary slicing, quarter slicing, and rift slicing on the Architectural Forest Products Inc website. Sorry, this site did not allow me to add a link here. Search for veneer plain slicing.
I want to stain the ash veneer to a satin ash color - any suggestions what stain to use?
Eric M on Apr 15, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I would suggest using a water based stain or a gel stain. Oil based stain could potentially break-down the adhesive glue... of course this is my opinion. I did not attempt oil based stain based on theory.
Will this product stick to metal? Trying to cover spacers next to a microwave oven
Carol D on Apr 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Honestly don't know about metal, I refinished my wife's Grandma's chest she gave us an the veneer worked beautifully. I know one thing for sure, make sure you let me up the veneer on the surface perfectly, because once you lay it down, it doesn't come up easily if at all. I would think if you scuffed up the finish on the metal if it's rust free, the veneer would most likely stick.
How thick is the veneer?
Nancy S on Sep 12, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Very thin maybe about the thickness of 6 sheets of copy paper
I purchased Red Oak doors from Rockler and would line to use the PSA Pressure Sensitive Veneer on the kitchen cabinet frames. Will the veneer stain the same as the doors?
Michael S on Jun 3, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I purchased the walnut veneer from Rockler to match some walnut cabinets doors I made. The veneer was a tad lighter than the cabinets mainly because the majority of the veneer was sapwood. It still looks great but all depends on what you're going for but assuming you'll run into the same thing.
PSA - Pressure Sensitive Veneer - 24 Inch X 96 Inch
PSA - Pressure Sensitive Veneer - 24 Inch X 96 Inch
Trying to match existing Teak shelf; what PSA veneer would most closely resemble Teak, using ZAR's Teak stain?
John R on May 6, 2018
BEST ANSWER: John, your best bet for matching the teak would be the mahogany
Will this stick to MDF?
Jack1 on Sep 9, 2017
BEST ANSWER: certainly to an original MDF finish surface - very questionable to an unpolished cut edge.