A veneer is a thin piece of hardwood that is placed over a piece of manufactured wood. It may be attached using an adhesive, nails, or screws. Veneers are frequently used on cabinets, furniture, and floors.

Veneer in woodworking usually refers to thin slices of wood, that are usually glued and pressed onto core panels (typically wood, boards, or MDF) to produce flat panels such as doors, tops, and side panels for cabinets, parquet floors, and parts of furniture.

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