Peel & Stick Rift Cut White Oak Veneer

White oak is a common American hardwood that is easy to work with, strong, dense and decay resistant due to the abundance of tylose in its cells. It has a medium to coarse texture and an alternating tight to porous grain. White oak veneer is often stained and accepts finishes well.

 

Rift Cut Grade

Rift cut white oak veneer, also known as rift white oak or rift sawn white oak, is typically a straw colored light tan-brown to a creamy beige wheat color. Standard grade rift cut white oak veneer normally allows for some defects such as occasional pin knots and/or mineral streaks.

 

Quarter Cut Extra Flake Grade

The flake or fleck is produced when the medullary ray is sliced while the log is quarter cut. It is often stained and accepts finishes well which heighten the visibility of the flake and makes it appear lighter relative to the rest of the grain. Heavy flake quarter sawn white oak veneer is often considered a high or premium grade veneer and allows for very little defects such as occasional pin knots and/ or mineral streaks.

$54.56

Application

Our Peel & Stick Veneer is a type of wood veneer that comes with a 3M™ peel-and-stick adhesive backing. This makes it easy to apply, as you simply peel off the backing and stick the veneer to the surface you want to cover. Peel & Stick Veneer is perfect for do-it-yourselfers and crafters, as it is quick and easy to use. It can be applied to a variety of surfaces, including smooth wood, MDF, and even walls.

Here are the application steps for Peel & Stick Veneer:

  1. Prepare the surface. The surface should be clean, dry, and free of dust, dirt, and grease.
  2. Peel off the backing from the veneer.
  3. Apply the veneer to the surface, pressing firmly to make sure it adheres.
  4. Use a smoothing tool to remove any air bubbles.
  5. Let the veneer dry for 24 hours before using it.

 

Peel & Stick Veneer is a great way to add a touch of wood to any project. It is easy to use, affordable, and comes in a variety of wood species.