Stripping and sanding a china cabinet


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Posted by Jon (151.199.51.144) on December 01, 2003 at 17:23:00:

I have just purchased a china cabinet from a second hand store. It is very pretty, with mohagany veneer over oak. I was able to get a good price because there is work that needs to be done. The top of the cabinet has water damage, causing the veneer to peel and chip away. Along the doors the veneer looks good except a few spots. I was wondering, first how can I get the veneer off the top the easiest way, and second should I sand it and stain it or try to buy some more veneer. Also as for those spots on the sides should I sand them and stain them or is there a better way to patch it. Thanks


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