Asked on Aug 13, 2015

Table veneer ruined

Kathy Ortega
by Kathy Ortega
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My dining room table has a buckled veneer any ideas of how to repair it?
  7 answers
  • Z Z on Aug 14, 2015
    Photos would help. If it's not damaged, it can be reglued and secured with heavy objects.

  • Debbie McGarrity Debbie McGarrity on Aug 14, 2015
    Think really need a pic for this one to be answered.

  • Huntington Henry Huntington Henry on Aug 14, 2015
    If I were to fix it I would strip the area that is water damaged and replace with a veneer of the same wood type and sand other area and stain both the new part and old part.

  • Pat Pat on Aug 14, 2015
    Following. I have a similar issue with the veneer on my coffee table.

    • Z Z on Aug 14, 2015
      @Pat it would help you more if you start your own thread with pictures of the whole piece and close ups of the damaged area.

  • Wanda.ll Wanda.ll on Aug 14, 2015
    Just take off and redo.Be easier in the long run than trying to repair.

  • Linda Fraser Linda Fraser on Aug 14, 2015
    I've read where people have pulled off any loose parts and used an electric sander with very rough sand paper to sand down to remove the rest then go to finer to finish to have a smooth finish once you get down to the actual wood. Then paint it and seal it. Hope this helps you.

  • Alton Alton on Aug 14, 2015
    How big of a spot do you have ?