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What is Wood Veneer

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Veneer is a thin covering applied to the surface of another object in order to conceal its true appearance. It is typically more attractive than the object itself, and it is used to enhance aesthetic appeal or improve value. This type of covering is most commonly used in woodworking, but may also be used in masonry, stonework, and even dentistry.


Wood veneer is a layer of wood less than 1/8 inch (3 mm) in thickness. It is glued onto flat panels of particleboard, fiberboard, or wood to create doors, cabinets, and different furniture parts. In woodworking, veneer is created by slicing or peeling a tree trunk to obtain a sheet of the wood in the correct thickness. This art can be traced back to the ancient Egyptians, who used the product to create furniture and other objects.




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