Re: decorative inlays

Posted by Andrew Robinson on Apr 15, 2005

I am building a 18 foot kit now and have ordered some beautiful walnut veneer over the internet. You shouldn't have to inlay it (setting it flush with the surface) just epoxy it in place before you fiberglass and wrap that section of the deck tightly with plastic film to flatten it out. The plastic wrap will do a similar job as a vaccuume system. Once the epoxy has cured you can sand the veneer lightly to remove any ridges of epoxy left on the surface.

To find the veneer simply type in veneer on GOOGLE and there you are. I have done business with Certainly Veneer and B&B rare woods, both are very helpful and easy to deal with.

In Response to: decorative inlays by Kevin on Apr 14, 2005


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