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Re: bubble in veneer or stain

Posted By: Paul <artistsstriketwice@mac.com> (user-12lceqh.cable.mindspring.com)
Date: 6/2/5 13:09

In Response To: Re: bubble in veneer or stain (James Schooley)

If I do as you say will there be an unsightly mark left where the bubble was before? BTW, the area under the buble is hard to the touch-no give at all and right now there is no void. I tried drawing the liquid out with an insulin syringe; one with a fine point that would leave little damage. No luck-it clogged. I'd try the razor if I new I could get the liquid out. Is it possible the water mixed with the glues that set the veneer and formed a sludge? If that was so I guess I'd need a pro restorer: I just don't have the tools or experience. And since it's a cheap table, it probably be cheaper to buy a new top if I can find one.

PS The table is made by Ansager of Denmark-MDF with Teak veneer. I'm waiting to hear from them.

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