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post #1 of 5 Old 07-23-13, 01:31 AM Thread Starter
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Wood Grain Finish on MDF

I am looking to get a black wood grain finish on my MDF enclosure to match my Polk RTI12's - any suggestions????


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Re: Wood Grain Finish on MDF

You have some options. There is a wood grain black vinyl with pressure-activated adhesive, there is real wood veneer that is pre-stained black, or you can get an oak veneer and stain it black your self with Minwax 70013 Ebony stain.

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You have some options. There is a wood grain black vinyl with pressure-activated adhesive, there is real wood veneer that is pre-stained black, or you can get an oak veneer and stain it black your self with Minwax 70013 Ebony stain.

Have you used either the vinyl or the veneer? If so which is easiest to use? Also, any ideas where I could get either of these?

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Re: Wood Grain Finish on MDF

parts express sells veneer... http://www.parts-express.com/pe/show...number=260-046


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http://veneersupplies.com/
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Re: Wood Grain Finish on MDF

I haven't used either, I was just looking around to see what there was.

There is vinyl wrap here:

http://www.topvinylfilms.com/catalog...inyl-88-1.html

And eBay has both the vinyl wrap and pre stained veneer.

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