I have decided to scrap out my PC table (30" x 48") which has a 1 1/4 inch
thick laminated top and weighs a ton. Newer PC's and LCD monitors don't
require this massive monstrosity.
I want to build a replacement from 3/4 plywood and surface it with some
naugahide (sp.???) which I came across in a yard sale a few years ago. As
such, it has no instructions for usage. Specifically what kind of adhesive
would best, and any pitfalls to be aware of.
Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated. My first thought is to use
contact cement, same as for hard laminate. Will this work? By the way, I
intend to 'inlay' a piece laminate as a writing surface.
On the same subject, could anyone suggest a source for the type of hardware
which allows one to secure legs for table using a metal plate, etc. (We
have a coffee table assembled this way, and it is snap to remove legs for
Thanks in advance for sharing your knowledge,