How to Finish Bamboo Veneer

Apr 9th

Bamboo veneer is an environmentally friendly way to get the look of bamboo in your cupboards, furniture, walls or other interior applications where wood veneer products can be used. Finishing bamboo veneer is similar finishing maple veneer. It is hard, horizontal or vertical surface will accept the stain, but be careful so that any stains or final product does not pool and cause splotching. Avoid saturation will ensure that you and your bamboo veneer properly

Woven Bamboo Veneer
Woven Bamboo Veneer

Clear shortcomings of bamboo veneer installation easy to sand the surface with 220-grit fine sandpaper. Remove the sanding dust by driving a tack rag over veneered surface. Apply a thin layer of wood balm a color flat pad to prevent stains absorption and open pores of veneer. Allow the conditioner to penetrate the bamboo veneer for five minutes and then remove the excess with a clean, dry cloth. Wait 30 minutes while the conditioner dries.

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How to finish bamboo veneer; stir in a container with clear-finish polyurethane, in the splendor of your choice, thoroughly with a paint mixer. Apply a thin, coherent layer of polyurethane with a natural bristle brush, for cereals. Allow the finish to dry for six hours. Lightly sand again with an additional sheet of 220-grit fine sandpaper and remove sanding dust with a tack rag. Re-stir polyurethane and apply an additional layer of polyurethane with natural bristle brush.