I have acquired a table that is teak veneer over particle board. It's an
OK table but there are gouges in the veneer which expose the particle
board. Worse gouge may be 3/8-1/2" long x 1/8-1/4" wide.
Any suggestions on how to fill the gouges and to blend with surrounding
Also, it looks as though someone overtightened a screw to the point where
it shoved some of the veneer up. Can this be moistened and then ironed to
bring back to match surrounding surface?
Buy some teak veneer and make dutchmen.
Maybe. Depend on what glue was used and if the screw pushed up (and
broke off?) bits of particle board that are still there.
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