I have to fix a mistake.
I face screwed a cabinet where I shouldn't have, DOH!
The material is pre-finished flat sawn hard maple veneer particle core
It is only one small part I need to cover up, I was thinking about resawing
a piece of 1/8" off of a spare panel, and planing it down as thin as I can
to recover the prefinished veneer and then gluing it onto the side of the
Anyone ever planed particle board?
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It's hard on blades but planes OK,
What about a plug?
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I'd consider making plugs. I'd even drill a couple of more holes if I had
to in order to balance out the appearance. Plugs will be very subtle and
people will think they belong there.
I'd be afraid to plane something like that. One tiny ooops and you start
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