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interior doors peeling

Posted by bunky_mi (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 30, 07 at 16:34

I have a 1997 double wide and almost all the interior doors the veneering is peeling?? Is there something one Can do beside replace the door?? (paint, Stain etc?)

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RE: interior doors peeling

Peeling veneer is usually a good sign of excess interior humidity. Your first step is to see if that is still the case and address it before repairing or replacing your doors.

The doors may or may not be worth salvaging. An experienced woodworker may be able to help you there. There are peel and stick veneers available from the 3M company, I think that can be used for repairs though I don't think their life expectancy is all that long.


RE: interior doors peeling

I have a 1997 commodore double wide and I also have this peeling problem!! It is horrible. I believe we are going prime and paint them and do the door jam as well. I will let you know how it goes.

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