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gluing wood to polyester filler8/4
I am looking to glue veneer to bondo and steel. I am covering a piece of steel that is inlaid into plywood. the bondo is used as a filler around the steel to give a smooth flat surface. The veneer will cover it. thinking of using polyurethane glue or epoxy. I could use the epoxy as the filler and fill it and glue the veneer all in one step. That seems like a more difficult method but doable. So any one glued to polyester fillers?
forgot to mention that contact cement is out because this will be around a fire place and will get warm.
You're aware that significant heat will soften and blister Bondo, right?
Instead of Bondo, look for JB Weld. Comes in small tubes and cans. An epoxy paste much stronger than Bondo and can withstand up to 400-500 degrees. When you grind it you'll see sparks from the steel particles in it.