Urea Resin Glue on Paper-Backed Veneer
Urea resin glue works well with paper-backed veneer (but scuff sand the paper first). October 19, 2013
Can you use urea resin glue on a paper backed veneer?
From contributor P:
Absolutely. I've done it dozens of times, specifically with Unibond 800. I can't think of a glue that would be better.
From John Van Brussel, forum technical advisor:
Yes. I would advise that you scuff sand the paper backing to get rid of the machine glaze on the paper back. This will allow the glue to get better purchase.
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