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100mm Wide Iron on American White Oak Wood Veneer Stair Stringer & Plinth Veneer Edging

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  • Regular price £7.45


High-Quality Iron-on Real Wood Stair Stringer Veneer Circa 0.50mm thick

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  • Guidance notes included.

Please use the drop down box above to choose your required length.

This is a natural raw wood veneer product. A finish should be applied after bonding.

Typically, new wood/edging will be lighter in colour than existing wood. If matching to existing wood, it is very likely that the piece to be matched will have been treated with a finish, e.g. wax or lacquer.

Aging can also change the shade/colour of existing wood. The final colour of any real wood edging is determined by the finish(es) applied. We are happy to advise in this respect and also look at samples or photos sent in. Many thanks.

How to use the iron-on veneers (guidance notes included with orders).

Starting at one end with the iron on a hot setting run the iron up and down the grain several times until the veneer is bonded, then using a block rub the veneer with some pressure to ensure a good bond.

If possible, it's worth practicing on a test piece before moving on to the main project.

The main photo for this item (and all of our natural wood items) are representative only.

May vary from picture shown. Due to being a natural raw wood veneer it is very difficult to provide an exact photo of the veneer you will receive, as every roll is unique.

Please note that these stringers are made from natural real wood Oak. As such, the veneer production process (and timber length) limits the length that can be produced without joins. Therefore these stringers (as with all others) will have finger joints at varying points along their length. These are designed to iron down without a problem. They run with the grain to minimise their visibility. The stringer(s) should be unpacked as soon as possible (one week maximum) after receipt to ease tension on the joints.

Should you have any queries, please don't hesitate to contact us.

Many thanks