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SOLID WOOD VENEERS
OVER 115 SPECIE AVAILABLE
We carry a full line of wood veneer, veneer tools and veneer supplies. We offer Sauers quality exotic and domestic solid wood veneers in flitches, sheets, hobby packs, edge banding, and inlays, with over 115 specie variations available, some by special order. Grain patterns available are rotary cut (backer or plywood quality), flat cut, quarter sawn (straight grain - some species with flake), and rift cut (straight grain -- no flake).

Please call us at 800-292-5937.

VENEER PRICES
PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE

 

VENEER SHEETS
ITEM # 2X8 10 MIL VENEER PRICE
34254098 Cherry     41.00
34254099 Flaky Oak Qtr Swn     65.00
34254100 Mahogany FC     41.00
34254101 Maple FC     41.00
34254102 Red Oak FC     42.50
34254103 Teak FC     54.00
34254104 Walnut FC     48.00
34254105 White Oak FC 41
ITEM # 4X8 10 MIL VENEER PRICE
34254106 Cherry FC     70.00
34254107 Flaky Oak Qtr Swn   115.00
34254108 Mahogany FC     70.00
34254109 Maple FC     67.25
34254110 Red Oak FC     57.75
34254111 Teak FC     99.00
34254112 Walnut FC     91.50
34254113 White Oak FC 70
ITEM # 2X8 ADHESIVE BACK PRICE
34254193 Cherry FC PSA     62.00
34254194 Flaky Oak, White QC-PSA     86.00
34254195 Mahogany FC PSA     66.00
34254196 Maple FC PSA     62.00
34254197 Red Oak FC PSA     64.25
  Teak FC PSA  Special 
  Walnut FC PSA  Order 
  White Oak FC PS  
ITEM # 4X8 ADHESIVE BACK PRICE
  Cherry FC PSA  
  Flaky Oak, White QC-PSA  
  Mahogany FC PSA  
  Maple FC PSA  Special 
  Red Oak FC PSA  Order 
  Teak FC PSA  
  Walnut FC PSA  
  White Oak FC PS  
VENEER PACKS
ITEM # 3 SQ FT PACKS PRICE
34254114 Bubinga     11.49
34254116 Dyed Black     22.25
34254117 Dyed Red     22.25
34254118 Dyed White     22.25
34254119 Dyed Yellow     22.25
34254121 Ebony     30.49
34254122 Figured Maple     11.25
34254123 Lacewood     11.75
34254124 Maple Burl     31.75
34254125 Purpleheart     12.25
34254126 Rosewood     19.00
34254127 Walnut Burl     31.75
34254128 Zebrawood     13.99
ITEM # 8 SQ FT PACKS PRICE
34254129 Birdseye Maple     57.25
34254130 Mahogany Crotch     71.49
34254131 Maple Burl     83.25
34254132 Mappa Burl     57.25
34254133 Redwood Burl     83.25
34254134 Walnut Burl     83.25
ITEM # 12 SQ FT PACKS PRICE
34254135 Ambrosia Maple     20.99
34254136 Cherry     19.25
34254137 Figured Maple     28.75
34254138 Flaky Oak     19.25
34254139 Lacewood     35.25
34254140 Mahogany     19.25
34254141 Maple     19.25
34254142 Red Oak     19.25
34254143 Walnut     19.49
34254144 White Oak     18.49
VENEER BANDING
ITEM # 7/8" x 25' BANDING PRICE
34254155 Birch, White       8.50
34254156 Cherry       8.50
34254157 Hickory/Pecan        10.50
34254158 Mahogany       8.50
34254159 Maple, White       8.50
34254160 Red Oak       8.50
34254161 White Oak       9.50
34254162 Teak     13.00
34254163 Walnut     10.50
34254164 Almond Melamine       8.00
34254165 Black Melamine       8.00
34254166 White Melamine       7.50
ITEM # 7/8" x 50' BANDING PRICE
34254167 Birch, White     14.50
34254168 Cherry     14.50
34254169 Hickory/Pecan        18.00
34254170 Maple, White     14.50
34254171 Red Oak     14.50
34254172 White Oak     15.00
34254173 Teak     21.00
34254174 Walnut     16.00
34254175 Almond Melamine     13.00
34254176 Black Melamine     13.00
34254177 White Melamine     12.50
34254192 AV Mahogany     14.50
ITEM # 7/8" x 250' BANDING PRICE
34254178 Birch, White     37.00
34254179 Cherry     37.00
34254180 Red Oak     30.50
34254181 Walnut     40.00
34254182 White Melamine     27.00
ITEM # 2" x 50' BANDING PRICE
34254183 Birch, White     32.50
34254184 Cherry     32.50
34254185 Hickory/Pecan        40.50
34254186 Mahogany     33.00
34254187 Maple, White     32.50
34254188 Red Oak     32.50
34254189 White Oak     33.50
34254190 Teak     48.00
34254191 Walnut     36.50
 
PLYWOOD SPECIALS  ADHESIVES
GARAGE SALE
For smaller plywood jobs, we have half sheets of many species with minimal damage at garage sale prices. More info...
VENEER ADHESIVES
We carry Titebond, Gorilla Glue, & System Three brand adhesives formulated for hardwoods, softwoods. Read more...
REPAIRING CRACKED, BROKEN, CHIPPED,
OR MISSING VENEER

Cracked, broken, or chipped veneer requires some additional effort, such as finding a patch to match the surrounding surface. Follow the steps below to handle these complicated damages on wooden furniture.

CRACKED OR BROKEN VENEER
If the veneer is lifted and cracked, but not broken completely through, it can be reglued. Large areas may be easier to repair if you break the veneer off along the cracks. Broken veneer can be reglued, but you must be very careful not to damage the edges of the break. Do not trim ragged edges; an irregular mend line will not be as visible as a perfectly straight line.

Before applying glue to the veneer, clean the bonding surfaces carefully, as above. Fit the broken edges carefully together to make sure they match perfectly. Then apply contact cement to both surfaces, or spread carpenters' glue on the base wood. Set the broken veneer carefully into place, matching the edges exactly, and press firmly to knit the broken edges together. Clamp the mended area. Refinishing may be necessary when the mend is complete; if so, use a non-wash-away paint and varnish remover, and treat the veneered surface very gently.

CHIPPED OR MISSING VENEER
Replacing veneer is easy, but finding a new piece to replace it may not be. If the piece of furniture is not valuable, you may be able to take the patch from a part of it that won't show. The patch area must be along an edge, so that you can lift the veneer with a craft knife or a stiff-bladed putty knife.

In most cases, patch veneer should not be taken from the same piece of furniture; you'll have to buy matching veneer to make the repair. If only a small piece is missing, you may be able to fill in the hole with veneer edging tape, sold at many home centers and lumberyards. Or, if you have access to junk furniture, you may be able to salvage a similar veneer from another piece of furniture. For larger patches, or if you can't find a scrap piece of matching veneer, buy a sheet of matching veneer from a specialized wood supplier. National veneer suppliers can be found by searching the Internet.

To fit a chip or very small patch, set a sheet of bond paper over the damaged veneer. Rub a very soft, dull lead pencil gently over the paper; the edges of the damaged area will be exactly marked on the paper. Use this pattern as a template to cut the veneer patch. Tape the pattern to the patching wood, matching the grain of the new veneer to the grain of the damaged area. Cut the path firmly and carefully with a sharp craft knife; it's better to make it too big than too small.

To make a larger patch, tape the patching veneer firmly over the damaged area with masking tape, with the grain and pattern of the patch matching the grain and pattern of the damaged veneer. Make sure the patch is flat against the surface, and securely held in place.

Cut the patch in an irregular shape, as illustrated, or in a boat or shield shape; these shapes will be less visible than a square or rectangular Patch Would be. Cut the patch carefully with a craft knife, scoring through the patching veneer and through the damaged veneer layer below it.

Untape the patching sheet and pop out the patch. With the tip of the craft knife, remove the cut-out patch of damaged veneer; if necessary, score it and remove it in pieces.

Be very careful not to damage the edges of the patch. Be very careful not to damage the edges of the patch area. Remove only the top veneer laver; do not cut into the base wood. Remove any old glue and clean the base wood as above.

Test the fit of the patch in the hole. It should fit exactly, flush with the surrounding surface, with no gaps or overlaps. If the patch is too big or too thick, do not force it in. Carefully sand the edges or the back with fine-girt sandpaper to fit it to the hole.

Glue the fitted patch into place with contact cement or carpenters' glue, as above, and clamp or weight it solidly. Let the repair dry for one to two days; then very lightly sand the patch and the surrounding veneer. Re-finish the damaged area or, if necessary, the entire surface or piece of furniture.

The basic repair techniques mentioned in this article will help you keep the veneer on your wooden furniture looking like new.

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VENEER SHEETS

We carry all natural wood veneer in 4'x8' sheets in several specie with book matched appearance for consistent color and precision matched splice lines.

Available sheet backer options include 10mil, 20mil, and 30mil paper, peel & stick (3M), wood on wood, and phenolic (water resistant). Veneer thickness is .024. Veneer grade is "AA: face grade (furniture quality).

Our veneer sheets are pre-sanded and ready to finish and their flexibility makes them easy to apply to your project's surface.

 

VENEER PACKS

Used for antique repair, marquetry, inlaying, and other fine woodwork, our veneer packs are trimmed, pre-sanded, sequence matched, and come in 3 sq.ft, 8 sq,ft, and 12 sq.ft. packages.

 

EDGE BANDING

Used to conceal plywood edges giving a clean solid wood appearance. Available in 'peel & stick adhesive backing, and heat-sensitive adhesive backing which melts and dries in a moments. Available in a variety of popular woods and in several sizes: 25', 50, or 250' rolls, and 7/8" or 2" widths.

 

TUTORIAL MATERIALS

TUTORIAL DVDs
ITEM # DVDs PRICE
34254150 Intro to Marquetry   29.99
34254151 Working with Veneer   34.99
34254152 Working in a Vaccum   34.99
Untitled Document

 

All L.L. Johnson Lumber prices are subject to change.
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