Hi,glad to find your website, I am confusing about the difference between two words: facing and...
veneer, would you like to help me ?
A veneer is usually a thin sheet of a high quality wood which is glued onto a lesser quality wood. The word facing describes what a veneer is. Hope that helps.
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