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Posted on Repairing a table top

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#1 posted 04-08-2011 12:35 AM

Well, now you know why the “price was great.” – lol

I’m with Dr Dirt on this. If you really want to keep the table, get it worked over by a pro. More than likely, that veneer is paper thin and you can easily make things worse if you haven’t done that sort of thing before.

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