Wood veneer refers to thin slices of wood, obtained by peeling the tree trunk. They are glued onto 6 mm thick MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard) boards to produce door panels. Wood-veneered door leaves consist of three main components. Finger-joint wood spars (thickness: 30 mm, width: 50 mm) which form the main frame of the door leaf are made of spruce or fir trees. They have a moisture content stabilized at 10-14%. Additional spars are used for reinforcement at handle, lock and hinge points. Honeycomb Kraft paper is used as filling to ensure high pressure resistance and thermal insulation, as well as lightness in weight. The door surface is made of 6 mm thick wood-veneered MDF panels which vary in color and pattern design. This surface is glued to the main frame via press machine. Consequently the door leaf undergoes the following procedures: Edge cutting and banding, drilling holes for a handle, inset lock and hinges, cleaning, sanding, applying wood filler, sanding, top-coating, drying and packing. Wood-veneered door leaves are 42 mm thick. The end product is 90 cm wide and 209 cm high. Wood-veneered doors can be manufactured in various sizes to best suit as internal doors and WC doors. Double-leaf doors can also be produced in various dimensions. Wood-veneered doors are cost-effective compared to wooden products. They have a perfect wood look and a good decorative feature. They are hygienic, durable, easy to mount and maintain. There is a wide range of selections in wood-veneered doors. They rank high in impact, scratch and UV resistance. Wood-veneered doors are multi-functional as internal doors.