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25-May-2003 - 12:39:35|
how do you strip veneer. i just bought two pieces of old small chest of drawers and some of the veneer has been varnished or something and some has come unglued , what can i do with it.
Lisa 03-October-2004 - 02:05:11
Richard Moore 05-July-10 - 23:51:02
Thanks for all the info! Very helpful!
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