Natural Cherry Veneer Fancy Plywood From Linyi Factory

  • Natural Cherry Veneer Fancy Plywood From Linyi Factory
  • Natural Cherry Veneer Fancy Plywood From Linyi Factory
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  • $5.00-$18.00/ Piece
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Product Description

1. Formaldehyde Emission: E0,E1,E2

2. Size: 1220x2440mm,1250x2500mm

3. Certification: ISO9001:2010,SGS

4. Application: Indoor decoration,Doorskin,Door frame,Sofa,Furniture, Laminate flooring,Kitchen,Packaging

FAQ

Q:Are face/back one piece only?

A:Yes

Q:What is face/back veneer thickness before/after sanding?

A:1.1mm before  sanding  and  1mm after sanding

Q: Do you use WBP waterproof glue that will pass the 72 hrs boil test? For face/back, mills often use
waterproof melamine glue in order to avoid glue bleed problems.

A:Yes, we use 100% Dynea WBP glue for our marine plywood.

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