Veneering An Exterior Door. Finishing The Veneered Surface Of An Exterior Door.

Q. I’m Looking to cover an exterior entrance door with wood veneer. I am in NY. Sometimes rain, splash, or snow will get on the door. Do you have a suitable wood veneer to cover an exterior door? Is there any protective finish that I can apply? Please advise ThanksDonA. You can veneer an exterior door, yes…….But: For best results you should use a waterproof glue, such as Titebond 3, wit…

How To Make A 45 Degree Joint With Veneer Edging Strips

Q. How can I join my veneer edging strips at the corners to make a 45 degree angle joint?A. Yes, it is possible to make a 45 degree joint with your veneer edging strips. It might take a couple of tries. Use the peel and stick veneer edging strips. The veneer strips should be a little over sized - wider than the area being covered. This allows for trimming after you apply the edging strips.…

12' Long Wood Veneers Available At Veneer Factory Outlet And Wood Veneer Factory Outlet

Q. I previously purchased veneer from you, and it's working out great. I'm now looking at changing the appearance of ceiling beams using your white oak veneer (https://www.veneer-factory-outlet.com/white-oak-veneer-sheets-savings-f-c/). However, I need a length closer to 12 foot. Can you produce a longer length?Answer:Yes, we can supply our veneer sheets in the 12’ length.Several species are…

Gluing Veneer Down With PVA Glue And An Iron. Is it OK to put weights On Top of The Veneered Surface To Keep The Veneer Flat While The Glue Dries?

Q. Hey Bob, I see you recommend 3 methods to adhere veneer to a surface, and using a PVA method is best. I prefer that to contact cement because these are smaller surfaces each side. I know how to prep the MDF. I have read that you can apply the veneer and roll, then iron it. When using PVA glue to mount the veneer, will rolling and/or just adding even weight on top of the veneered surface b…

Veneereing both sides of a cabinet door. Applying veneer to both sides of a panel balances the stresses and mitigates warping.

Q. I'm veneering panels for doors, flat, more of less 2 feet square.  Should I veneer both sides of the door panel?   If I glue a paper backed veneer or a 2-ply wood backed veneer onto 1/4 inch plywood, should I veneer the other side? If the veneered panels are “captured” in the door frame styles and rails, do I still need to veneer the backs of the panels? Answer.  The sh…