Red Oak Wood Veneer - 2' x 8' - Flat Cut - 3M PSA Backed
Whether you’re a hobbyist or a furnituremaker, you’ll be delighted with the results you get with this all natural wood veneer by Sauers and Company. Red Oak veneer is an open grain wood whose color range is a light wheat color to a pink tone and is one of the most common woods used...
Whether you’re a hobbyist or a furnituremaker, you’ll be delighted with the results you get with this all natural wood veneer by Sauers and Company. Red Oak veneer is an open grain wood whose color range is a light wheat color to a pink tone and is one of the most common woods used today. Red oak is a common American hardwood that is easy to work with and strong. Due to the lack of tylose in its cells flat cut red oak veneer has a coarse texture and an alternating tight to porous grain. Flat cut red oak wood veneer is commonly stained to accentuate the grain and accepts finishes well. 3M® PSA Backed veneer is real wood permanently bonded to 3M Pressure Sensitive Adhesive. The veneer is 1/64" bonded to a 2 mil backing. PSA backed veneer can be applied to MDF, particleboard, plywood and drywall with excellent results. When applying to wood, the wood must be sealed with a light coat of finish or shellac.
- Pre-sanded and ready to finish
- Book-matched with precision matched spliced lines
- Consistent color
- Flexible, so it’s easy to apply
- Applications include furniture repair and manufacture, countertops and shelves, marine applications, and endless architectural applications
- Species: Red Oak
- Thickness: 1/64"
- Width: 2'
- Length: 8'
- Cut/Style: Flat Cut
- Backing: PSA (Pressure Sensitive Adhesive)
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- Due to the nature of wood movement, shrinkage and expansion are possible. Please measure each piece carefully before starting any project.
- Wood is a product of nature, and as such, no two pieces are alike to start with, while the same wood growing in different locales can vary greatly even though it is the exact same species.
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