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.
- 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).
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WARNING: Drilling, sawing, sanding or machining wood products can expose you to wood dust, a substance known to the State of California to cause cancer. Avoid inhaling wood dust or use a dust mask or other safeguards for personal protection. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/wood.
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Highly recommend Rockler, and will use them again.
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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.
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!
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.