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March 9, 2012

March Veneer Specials

Throughout March or while supplies last, WiseWood Veneer is running a couple of specials on two of our most popular veneer species.

First up is flat cut African Mahogany veneer, also know as plain sliced Khaya. This species continues to be a staple among woodworkers and cabinet makers. A pinkish-red brown to a deep darker red brown color, flat cut African mahogany veneer has well defined cathedrals and lustrous grain. Khaya is an African hardwood of medium density that is often used as a substitute for South American mahogany. It is easy to work with and strong, with a moderately coarse texture, slightly porous grain and consistent color. Flat cut African mahogany veneer will accept stains and finishes well which accentuate the grain’s natural luster. For a limited time pay only $44.48 per 4' x 8' 10 mil paper backed sheet. Some sequencing is available. Give us a call at 586.825.2387 or email us at

Next up is flat cut Teak veneer. A very common species among boat builders, plain sliced Burma Teak veneer is also used for by fine furniture builders. This teak is usually a golden honey brown to a deep brown color that darkens with age. Often praised for being weather and moisture resistant, it is a dense and oily hardwood that is relatively easy to work with and strong. Teak is heavy with a uniform coarse texture and medium porous grain. Teak veneer is usually not stained but finishes well with a clear coat, especially a wipe on oil finish, which preserves the warmth and accentuates the color and beauty of the wood’s natural grain. These 4' x 10' 10 mil paper backed sheets are available for only $103.60 per sheet. Give us a call at 586.825.2387 or email us at

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