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Old 05-03-10, 11:47 AM
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Default Veneer restoration

After reading various advise on the Bristol forums on how to restore the veneer on a dash and which lacquers to use , finally after the fifth attempt I have managed to achieve a finish as good if not better than new!

This was due to me nearly sending myself mad messing around with toxic chemicals, razor blades and broken glass, making a complete dogs dinner of the job until the fifth attempt when I gave the remains to a local antique restorer. When she stopped laughing at what I had done , she said leave it with me for a week and then brought it back re-veneered and beautiful with a bill for 50. It would have been a lot less if I hadn't blasted through the old veneer!

Don't know what the moral is but I am sticking to stuff I know about in future. It's cheaper.

Greg
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Old 08-04-11, 11:56 PM
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Default Wood Veneering

Here are the details of a book you may find useful.

The Complete Manual of Wood Veneering
William A. Lincoln
Stobart Davies Ltd
ISBN: 0-85442-040-1

John
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