Damaged Chipboard carcass on bathroom unit

We have a bathroom cabinet which still looks nice with the exception that part of one side of the cabinet has the chipboard slightly exposed due to slight damage to the veneer. It would be difficult to replace without having to pull bath out. Initial thoughts were to use angled fascia (9mm) to cover the corner. Have tested and this would look good - with exception to thickness would make doors look odd. Another thought - to make it a thinner "wrap" was to use white sticky back plastic. Plastic being water resistant but thin enough to both cover the damage without pulling doors too far away from cabinet.
Any comments or other ideas?
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On 19/10/2016 23:44, Woody wrote:

You have not said what the veneer looks like, but other options would include filling the damaged section, or routing out a bigger bit and gluing in some patch veneer.
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On Wednesday, 19 October 2016 23:44:03 UTC+1, Woody wrote:

That's veneered chipboard for you. Don't repeat the mistake.
Whatever looks ok - you can't help it being a bodge.
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On 20/10/2016 16:15, snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com wrote:

Veneered chip. Much maligned but copes with *almost* anything in *normal* domestic situations. The new high gloss coated chip, used in bathroom furniture manufacture, is actually waterproof.
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On Friday, 21 October 2016 09:47:42 UTC+1, Stuart Noble wrote:

it so does not.

temporarily I expect.
You pays your money and takes your pick. Needless to say most veneered chip ends up in landfill after 20 years.
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