How careful you try to be, you can never completely resist any terrible minor injuries, such as fragile, faded furniture surfaces. The damage does not have to be particularly great, yet it is so conspicuous that you are prepared to discard the furniture.
A fan damage is quite easy to repair, requires the widest possible equipment and costs only the fraction of the price for a new and affordable replacement furniture.
A thin veneer has a lot of small, virtually invisible pores and is not surface painted, it is very easy for, for example, liquor, paint and grease to penetrate the pores.
The result often becomes stains that can not be sanded, washed or dissolved otherwise. Table and bench surfaces are particularly exposed. Other very common veneer damage is caused by cigarette glow. It is enough for a cigarette to roll down from the ashtray and stay for a few seconds for the accident to be a fact.
Even though the burn does not go so deep it becomes thinly so brittle that the wood fibers are split. An ever-so-called veneer injury will often become as time goes on. It is not very difficult to glue a damaged veneer, but it is a prerequisite that you will find a veneer of exactly the same wood and with a fiber pattern that fits the surface to be created.
Veneer is usually sold by special wood traders, but because A layer in most cases only requires smaller pieces, you can also find material on a construction market or in a hobby business. Please loosen a small piece, for example a stern iron, immediately next to the damage and take it as a test. Then you can also measure the tab thickness, which can vary slightly.
Usually it is 1-2 mm thick. Also look at the attraction in the area to be created. Creating the uneven pattern is flattened in turn. Running the vein in parallel has faned the slices of slices from the tree trunk. You do not have to mix the two different types.
Knife or knife knife, Screwdrivers, Stainless Steel, Tumstock, Pencil, Grinder and release paper.
Veneers, PVA Glue, Plastic Foil, Pressure Loss and Forcebar, Drying Strap.
Veneers can also be used as reinforcement of a bending disk in, for example, a bookcase. If you glued dads on both sides, this shelf makes it very stable.
1. In case of burn or other stain damage, start grinding easily with a fine slip paper. This intervention may be enough.
2. Then get a bite of the same wood and try to find a surface where the age is correct. Make paint samples with varnish.
3. Cut out with a sharp knife knife out a spooly bite from the new paragraph - big enough to cover the damage.
4. Put the tab over the damage. Cut with this as a template - around, down through the tabbed and incorrectly facing the damage.
5. Remove the cut-out, damaged part using a jig iron. Make sure all tabs and glue residues are removed.
6. Adjust the edges of the cut-out piece with slip paper to fit exactly with the exposed surface.
7. Stretch PVA glue on both glue surfaces and fit the insertion piece. Wipe away excess glue immediately.
8. Cover the coating with plastic film, place a clamping block on top and top of a rule that is squeezed tight with screwdrivers.
9. Probably the layering is slightly above the old tabloid surface. Drop it with a fine slip paper. Surface.