I'm trying to remove wood veneer from an old cedar woodbox. Nothing fancy.
It is too much work to sand it off, so I've been using a sharp 1" chisel, but it
is really slow going. Is there an easier way to remove wood veneer (eg, by
loosining the glue somehow)? Thanks,
Last time I did this was while restoring a radio cabinet. I placed a damp
towel over the veneer and went over it with a hot iron. The steam losened it
right up. Had tried this with a steam iron and it did not work as well.
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