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Old 05-17-2019, 02:22 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by Jmreim View Post
Thx for the idea but the previous owner neglected this issue long enough to ruin some of the existing veneer - not only is it water stained but the veneer itself has wrinkled-up in places. Need to cut out these sections in order to adhere the laminate to something smooth.
You could remove the wrinkled veneer, patch with filler, sand smooth before painting. But if the water entry issue has not been resolved, this and most other solutions may be temporary.
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