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#1 posted 01-02-2018 01:38 AM

Back to the OP — the video gives you an idea of how to lift the veneer just enough to get some glue spread underneath. Using liquid hide glue like Old Brown Glue, if you are able to do that and get solid clamping force on the repair, odds are it won’t require any sanding or touch-up. Just sponge the excess glue off with warm water and give it a good polish with the product of your choosing. I like a wax called Crystal Clear paste wax by Staples (not the office supply folks).

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