What glue for (joiner content)
Dont think an external door would be hardboard 😉
You can tape the veneer down if its on the edges of the door, If its on the face lay another door on top and some heavy items to hold it leave for a couple of hours, should be well stuck. A nice warm room would help.
I make guitars as a hobby as well and use PVA glue on veneers very successfully.Posted 5 years agomaccruiskeenSubscriber
sounds like the first answer – contact / impact adhesive is the best then. But as the name suggests you’ll only get one shot at placing the ply on the door though. As soon as the two surfaces touch they’ll stick. PVA would give some plenty of time to slide the ply around before it sticks but you’d need to put some pressure on it while it setsPosted 5 years agomaccruiskeenSubscriber
I’ve got black hands from a polyurethene glue fail earlier today,
too late now… but next time – WD40 is good for cleaning polyerethane off skin before it sets
D4 grade pva, something like Titebond 2 or 3. but if the ply is thicker than 5.5mm, you should use polyurethane adhesive(joiners mate etc)
with polyeurathane though you really need to clamp tight otherwise the glue foams/expands a bit and make everything wobblyPosted 5 years ago
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