Bamboo veneer is an ecological way to get the look of bamboo in their furniture, walls or any other desirable applications where leaves (or blades) of wood can be used. Its hard surface, horizontal or vertical, accepts finishes, but be careful that none of the products used empire and cause smudges. Avoid saturation ensure that the finish will be done right.
Instructions No change colors on bamboo veneer:
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- Sand bamboo blade 220 lightly with sandpaper to remove the surface imperfections.
- Spend a flannel to remove dust from the sanded surface.
- Apply a thin layer of wood conditioner with a pillow of flat paint to prevent the absorption of the dye and open the pores of the blade.
- Leave the conditioner penetrates the bamboo for five minutes and removes excess with a clean dry cloth. Wait for 30 minutes until it dries.
- Stir together the polyurethane finish, the gloss of your choice, with a mixing stick.
- Apply thin uniform polyurethane with natural bristle brush layer and, following the grain. Let dry for six hours.
- Sand the surface again with 220 grit sandpaper and remove dust with a tack cloth.
- Stir well and apply polyurethane with a brush. Let bamboo veneer dry for six hours or overnight.