What Is Solid Wood Veneer?

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Solid wood veneer are slightly slim layers of solid wood with unique grain or colour which has been used to cover less pleasing woods to get an exacting look. The difference between the veneer and the solid wood is that the solid wood is the kind of hardwood lumber while veneers are lighter.
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Wood veneer is made by slicing or peeling very thin layers, typically 1/16 inch, from a log that has been steamed or soaked in hot water to loosen the grain to ...
Wood veneer is made by slicing or peeling very thin layers, typically 1/16 inch, from a log that has been steamed or soaked in hot water to loosen the grain to ...
Wood veneer is made by slicing or peeling very thin layers, typically 1/16 inch, from a log that has been steamed or soaked in hot water to loosen the grain to ...
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