Another method if the OP is talking about the 1/32 to 1/16 thin
* Use a knife to trim the ends -- two or three passes...doing it in
one pass with wood edge banding is asking for frayed ends.
Then use a file (smooth bastard or the kind sold as an axe file).
Tilt and bevel the file at about 45 degrees, and file in the direction
of the untouched banding to the material being banded. You want to
be shearing the waste material off, and pressing the banding into
the core stock at the same time. Not sure if these directions are
clear. I am better at doing things than talking about it.
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