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07-05-03, 03:58 AM   #1  
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Hi I have wood paneling in my house, and it seems one sheet is getting air bubbles in it. the paneling is thirty years old so I dought if I could match the color. Is there anything I could do to fix that one sheet . There's no water leaks, or termite lines it just air bubbles . Thanks again. FRANK 288

 
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07-07-03, 03:35 AM   #2  
If the paneling is delaminating due to age, moisture, etc., there really isn't much that you can do about it except replace it.
If there aren't too may air bubbles, you might try making a small slit with a very sharp utility knife and injecting glue with a syringe and needle and try to roll it out flat.
Good luck!
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07-07-03, 03:44 AM   #3  
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Originally posted by OldGuy
If the paneling is delaminating due to age, moisture, etc., there really isn't much that you can do about it except replace it.
If there aren't too may air bubbles, you might try making a small slit with a very sharp utility knife and injecting glue with a syringe and needle and try to roll it out flat.
Good luck!
Mike
Thanks for your reply to my question. I was sure thats what I was going to have to do . But it doesn't hurt to ask to be sure . Thanks again.

 
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