What is a Veneer?
Veneers can be applied to various types of substrates, including plywood, medium-density fiberboard (MDF), particleboard, or even solid wood. The application process typically involves adhering the veneer to the substrate using adhesive, followed by sanding, shaping, and finishing to achieve a seamless, polished look. Veneers can be stained, painted, or finished with clear coats to enhance their appearance and protect the surface.
It’s important to note that while veneers offer the visual appeal of natural wood, they have a limited thickness and are not as durable as solid wood. Care should be taken to avoid excessive moisture exposure or rough treatment that could damage the veneer surface. Regular maintenance and cleaning should be carried out according to the manufacturer’s recommendations to ensure the longevity and beauty of the veneered surfaces.