Plating to dress your interior
The veneer is proving tricky for dressing up a wall, a wall or door of a closet in an original way.
Plating, what is it?
The veneer is primarily thin slices of fine wood decorative form of panels. This method uses a wide variety of natural essences of wood, from the lightest such as birch, to dark like ebony or rosewood. These thin slices of veneer are glued on a rigid support such as plywood or cons on softer surfaces such as paper. Once these panels have gone to press, they are ready to be laid for the construction and decoration. This new system of coating allows for varying shades of wood for a natural and friendly welcome. Currently, the cladding panels are available in various colors, and are increasingly sophisticated and creative. They can then obtain various records.
In general, plating is used to bring originality in decorating the walls banal, doors or cupboards. Some panel models also contribute excellent sound insulation, especially when placed on the walls. Apart from that, wood veneer furniture also fits. For example, some brands offer flexible panels on paper, easy to cut with scissors, mainly to cover furniture. To satisfy everyone, and especially to use the veneer in different parts of the house, there are now models adapted for specific use.
If you are a good handyman, you can make yourself laying the veneer, especially if it's for a collage on a surface of less than one square meter cover as antique furniture, or an inlay restoration. For larger areas, it is better to hire a specialist joiner arrangement or even the manufacturer of veneer panels. If you decide to get into the veneer, the most important steps are the following. Initially, once you've chosen your veneer, acclimatize to the room where you will find the work surface. It is important that the panel accustomed to the same moisture content to stick it when asked. To do this, simply place the veneer throughout its length and leave for 48 hours before you attack her pose. The time of installation come, first sand the surface to be covered, then clean it well with a damp cloth to get rid of any dust.
Take the measurement by placing media to cover the veneer, place the panel against the surface, and tracing the outlines in pencil. Allow about an inch more than the exact measure and cut the sheet. After that, brush the back of the veneer to glue, using a roller to save time. After fifteen minutes, put a second layer of glue. Depending on the type of glue, wait for the time indicated on the mode of use. Now is the crucial time, laying the panel on the work surface. Make sure that you follow the path you have previously drawn, because once the veneer in place, it will be difficult to take off. Do well to join the panel by smoothing and cut centimeters beyond. Leave to dry for 48 hours before varnishing.