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Knotty Pine Veneer Sheets Savings and  Knotty Pine Veneer Deals At Veneer Factory Outlet.com   Use these Knotty Pine Veneer Sheets to create beautifully veneered furniture quickly and easily!  Check out our veneering tutorials, videos and FAQ for simplified veneering instructions!  Turn out a gorgeous project, veneered with Knotty Pine veneer, in an afternoon. These Knotty Pine veneers are real wood and they sand, stain and finish like any wooden surface.  

  • The 1/64" paper backed Knotty Pine veneer is thin and flexible.    44 Sec. You Tube
  • The 3/64" wood backed Knotty Pine veneer is thicker, sturdier, more forgiving.  38 sec. You Tube
  • Glue this wood veneer down with carpenter's glue or contact cement.   
  • Optional 3M peel and stick adhesive sticks like crazy. Lays down flat, fast and easy.  No mess, no fumes, no clean up.  We recommend it.  36 sec. You Tube
  • The Knotty Pine veneer is pre sanded at our factory, ready to be stained or finished.
  • Apply a stain or a finish the same way you would to any wooden surface. 
  • Cut with a scissors or a razor knife.

Grain Direction: The grain goes the direction of the second dimension.  Example: On a 2' x 8' sheet, the grain goes the 8' way.

Guarantee: We've been in business since 1974 and we value our reputation.  Check out our  Guarantee.

Lead Time: 51 Work Day for paper backed, 2 days for wood backed.  Add 2 days for peel and stickork days.

Shop With Confidence:  Decide, select, and change your ordering options while you watch the price change on the screen.  There is no risk.  You can abort your order at any time. Your order will not get processed until you are satisfied.  

Don't hesitate.  Don't wait one more minute.  Veneering is fun and easy.  Think how proud you will be when you show off your newly veneered project to your friends and family

Place your order right now!

Bob Morgan, Pres., Veneer Factory Outlet.com,  Since 1974


Bob Morgan, Pres.,
Veneer Factory Outlet.com

What's A Paper Backed Veneer?
44 Sec. Video

What's A Wood Backed Veneer
38 Sec. Video

 


What's A Peel and Stick Veneer?
36 Sec. Video

Wood Veneer Beginner's Tutorial

Wood Veneer Terminology.
F/C, Q/C, Rift, etc.

Using Peel and Stick Veneers

Gluing Wood Veneer With Contact Cement

Gluing Wood Veneers With Wood Glue

Staining and Finishing Wood Veneers

Veneering The Edges With Wood Veneers

How Wood Veneer Sheets Are Made

Wood Veneer Sheets – The Seams
That Don't Show!

"Can I Sand Through A Wood Veneer?"

4 Steps To Ordering Wood Veneer

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  1. Excellent product 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 19th Sep 2017

    I bought the knotty pine veneer to remodel my travel trailer cabinetry. I used he veneer to reface the face frames of the cabinets, the fronts of the bench seats and to make door panels for the new cabinet doors. For this project I wanted an excellent quality, flexible veneer. The wood surface of the knotty pine was excellent and the paper backing gave it the flexibility needed to bend around curves. The veneer arrived rolled in a 48" long box. I took it out of the box and let it flatten out before I started. The veneer cut very easily with a box cutter and the paper backing kept it flat. After cutting all the pieces needed to the exact sizes I simply clued them down with a spray on contact cement. When everything was in place I applied an Amber shellac for an aged pine effect. The results were great. The travel trailer looked better than ever. I have worked with a lot of veneer over the years. This veneer with the paper back was the easiest of all of them to use. It was thin so some care was needed in handling, but it came flat, went down flat and stayed flat. It took a finish just like solid wood ( I used solid pine to make new doors) in fact no one could tell where I used veneer and where I used solid wood. If I did it again the only thing I would change is to buy the veneer with the pressure sensitive glue already applied.