Wood-grain print | Article about wood-grain print by The Free Dictionary
A simulated wood-grain pattern, applied with patterned rolls to various wood-base substrates, such as hardboard and low-grade plywood.
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Manufacturers have come light-years in making the wood-grain print
look very realistic.
The liners have been developed to accept a wood-grain print
on one or both sides.
Students could stop there and have wonderful "wood-grain prints
" (I shared some of Morrison's wood grain prints for examples).