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Old 12-14-2013, 06:01 AM   #1
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Oak Wood grain CONTACT PAPER ?

The upper front cabinet of my RV have some type of Oak Wood grain CONTACT PAPER on the front of them. The cabinet doors are old but after looking closely I can see that the cabinet frame is some type of Oak Wood grain CONTACT PAPER or stick on vinyl?

Where can I buy some of this Oak Wood grain CONTACT PAPER ?
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Old 12-14-2013, 07:21 AM   #3
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Yes I did, but I'd rather buy the stuff that others on here have used.
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Old 12-14-2013, 07:40 AM   #4
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I found some at Home Depot , or maybe it was lowes . If it's lifting or bubbling off your cabinets the adhesive on it won't hold get some spray contact cement . Cut the piece to size spray both surfaces till tacky then put it on cut the bubbles or lifted area off with a razor first
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Lowes used to sell cabinet veneering materials through their kitchen cabinet department. I re-did the entire kitchen in our S&B home using a red oak veneer from Quality Doors, who was Lowes supplier at the time. They offered both vinyl and self-stick wood veneer, plus pre-made cabinet doors with your choice of veneer, and pre-made thin ply panels with the veneer already installed.

I also made the computer desk in our coach using that veneer product, this time in cherry.

Ask about cabinet refinishing veneer at the Lowes cabinetry dept. I think Depot has a similar offering, but haven't checked there to find out.
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I found a lot of options really cheap here: Contact Paper Self Adhesive shelf liners
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I found a lot of options really cheap here: Contact Paper Self Adhesive shelf liners
Thanks you! That's exactly what I'm looking for!!
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