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How do I fix the veneer on this built-in cabinet?
Does anyone have suggestions on how to repair the veneer on this built in cabinet that has come off? I know the general idea is sand the exposed wood lightly then use some glue. My trouble comes in that it is difficult to clamp the veneer while the glue cures. In a perfect world, I'd use a 3-way clamp (like this: https://www.acklandsgrainger.com/images/items/zoom/16RJ48_AS01.JPG
), however the exposed wood is 2-1/2" wide and I have not found any of these clamps that are wider than that.
Anyone with some ideas? The best I've come up with is a pretty hokey home-made clamping solution.
Here are a couple photos to help clarify what I'm talking about.