We've assembled resources to help you with veneering projects. Use the links at the right. They appear throughout our User Tips Section
Have questions? Our Frequently Asked Questions is the first place to look for information about our company and basic veneering techniques.
We have a wealth of experience to share with you. Don't hestitate to contact us by phone, letter or email with your veneer and veneering questions. For technical answers, email email@example.com.
It's a spot to read questions that have been submitted to us, post your own questions, and share tips about veneer and veneering with others.
Much of the information on the pages within our Tips Section is contained within our Installation Guide, a 704k Portable Document Format (PDF) file which you are welcome to download and print.
Our seasoned staff of veneer experts identifies the 15 Most Common Mistakes customers encounter when purchasing veneer. We present them to you so you can avoid the pitfalls.
We strongly recommend using vacuum, hot or cold presses to apply veneer. But we understand many craftsmen do not have access to presses and use contact cements instead. Here are tips for working with contact cements:
Our one page document describes the best methods we've found for applying Pressure Sensitive Veneer.
10 mil and even raw veneer can be applied with white or yellow PVA glue and a standard household iron. Here's how to do it.
Many visitors wonder how veneers are created so we have included information for you. If you have other questions, contact us and we will cheerfully answer them.
Our aim is to make the whole process of veneering very straight-forward. This will help you with basic information.
If there's a term you don't understand, here's the place to look it up
It's a two minute video to tell you more about the veneer process. Clicking the link will launch another window to play it. (2MB .wmv file)
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