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Basic Rules of Veneering

The surface may be solid wood, partical board, or previously doesn't matter. What does matter and matters greatly is that existing surfaces must be rendered absolutely smooth, flat and clean.

Bumps must be sanded perfectly smooth and old finishes must be sanded or stripped. Dents, holes, grooves, and deep scratches must be filled and sanded flat and smooth. The degree of perfection attained in your project greatly depends on the preparation of your project's surface.

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