Question: Do you take orders over the phone? Answer: Not at this time. Selling this wood is a side project for me in addition to the other wood working projects I do as a living. I have a significant quantity of laminates on hand and thought I would offer it to the wood working community. However answering phones all day to take small orders is not really an option for me time wise right now. I realize that a few orders will be lost because of this but it is a necessity. You can get a hold of me at firstname.lastname@example.org but please don't submit a question that is answered here in the FAQ. Thanks!
Question: Can an order be placed via check or money order? Answer: Yes, to order with check or money order please list the color size and quantity of the blanks you want in an email to Laminatedblanks@gmail.com I will get back to you with a printable invoice that you can send with check or money order. It may take up to 24 hrs to get back to you with a printable invoice so please be patient. Please note that check or money order orders need to be at least $30 minimum order. Thanks
Question: Do you ship internationally? Answer: No
Question: Do you ship to Hawaii or Alaska? Answer: No, just the lower 48 states.
Question: Do you have other means of shipping like UPS? Answer: No, all packages are shipped USPS parcel ground. It is the cheapest way to go.
Question: Will you ship orders larger than 70 lbs? Answer: Yes but you will need a shipping quote. Contact me at email@example.com
Question: Will you cut custom sizes? Answer: No the only available sizes are what is listed on the site.
Question: Do you accept returns? Answer: Only in the case of a mess up of the order that is my fault. If I accidentally ship the wrong piece then of course I will make it right. But other than that returns are not accepted. There really is not any surprises with laminates as they are very uniform and predictable. So please be sure it is what you want before you order.
Question: Are laminates hard to work with? Answer: No, they are very forgiving. They have the same working characteristics of birch and will take all types of finish. I usually sand to at least 220 with wet/dry sandpaper before applying finish.
Question: how are laminates produced? Answer: they are dye impregnated birch 1/16th inch laminates that are then glued together to produce the brilliant pieces you see.
Question: Do you have any other colors than the ones listed? Answer: No, the full inventory of colors is already listed on the site.
Question: Will laminates work with oil finish? Answer: Yes.
Question: Will laminates work with urethane finish? Answer: Yes.
Question: Will laminates work with water based finished as well as oil? Answer: Yes. They work with any finish out there. Question: How did you make that mushroom scene displayed on you website? Answer: About 20 hrs of delicate work is how!