Cherry Veneer Reviews

Product Reviews

  1. Beautiful grain   5 Star Review            

    Posted by James Percival on 1st Mar 2019

    Beautiful grain structure and consistent color

  2. Wood backed cherry veneer   4 Star Review            

    Posted by Robert Fernicola on 18th Aug 2018

    Face veneer was very nice. Backing veneer had a few small splits that I hope do not telegraph through

  3. So glad I bought this!   5 Star Review            

    Posted by Jerry Bernier on 5th Mar 2018

    The pre-glued product was so much of a time saver.  Well worth the extra cost.

  4. 1/64 Cherry with adhesive backing   5 Star Review            

    Posted by David on 21st Aug 2017

    This was exactly what I had been searching for.
    I am making an end table that doubles as a dog crate and really wanted to have a high end table top surface.
    The cherry has a very nice grain pattern that stained very similar to the hard maple legs.
    I am extremely pleased in the product, price and Veneer Factory service.

  5. Beautiful quality wood product   5 Star Review            

    Posted by Jim Nesgoda on 19th Jan 2017

    I was very impressed with the quality of the cherry veneer I purchased.  It was easy to cut and attach to my project.  The veneer was almost a perfect match to the cherry face frame I built.  It stained about 1/2 shade darker than the solid cherry face frame.  Since I'm using natural stain with no dyes, over time it won't even be noticed.  Customer service was 5 stars in taking care of my needs.  Great product!

  6. great product   5 Star Review            

    Posted by Unknown on 20th Jan 2015

    It is my first time using wood veneer, Bob was very nice and gave me good advice how to proceed. Job came out great. Wife is happy, I am happy. Great help How-To videos.

  7. Cherry wood veneer review   5 Star Review            

    Posted by Bryan Greifinger on 29th Dec 2014

    Materials came to me in a tall rectangular box.  It was a little bit of work opening it and getting the veneer (4 x 8) sheet out.  It was all curled up so I laid my plywood 3/4 table top (the reason for the veneer) on top of the sheet and two 3/4 in 4 x 6's along the top and bottom edges for the day in order to uncurl the sheet.  Then I was able to measure out and cut the veneer relatively easily with no splintering or other damage to the good side.  I actually scored it first with a pen on the reverse side then used a utility knife and then scissors as needed.  Haven't yet attached the veneer to anything yet since I'm still waiting for my roller to arrive. But I think this will work very well.  My only suggestion for Bob is that he have something on his website on his email to estimmate the shipping time so people don't have to bug him when a fair amount of time has passed.