What is Natural Veneer?
Veneered pieces are generally more stable and less likely to warp and these thin slices of hardwood made by rotary cutting or slicing of the log. Moist, warm and debarked logs are rotary cut into thin layers and carefully measured.
Long but thin slices of wood appear, usually thinner than 3 mm (1/8 inch), that typically are glued onto core panels (wood, particle board or medium-density fiberboard) to produce flat panels such as doors.
Veneers use the natural grain patterns of wood to create beautiful surface patterns on EFI Home engineered door with intricate details.
By using high end technology, gluing thin layers of wood veneers together with the grain at right layers over a thick core to produce high quality veneered engineered door.
Can be stained or painted
Veneer can be sanded along the grain, painted and stained because it is real wood and often has a beautiful wood grain.
High rating species
Veneers are basically made out of different types of wood species such as Oakwood, Walnut, Teak, Maple, etc. typically rates are bit higher.
Remove tough dirt or residue from wood veneer with a mixture of 1 teaspoon of oil soap or mild soap flakes with 2 cups of warm water. Dip a cotton or microfiber cloth into the solution and wring it out. Wipe the wood veneer in small sections to clean it thoroughly.