First of all, you can glue your veneer furniture with carpenter’s glue. You can find this glue at wood working stores easily. Then try to spread a thin layer to veneer and position it carefully. Now you should clamp veneer to the base of damaged piece and wait until the glue dries hard.
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You can also use cold-press glue for veneer furniture as it is specifically manufactured for veneering. This glue is thicker as compared to the carpenter glue and it also comes in three wood tones including extra dark, light and medium. It also leaves a less prominent mark on the furniture and helps in giving it a flawless look.
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You can use for veneer furniture is polyurethane glue which is applicable to almost every sort of surface. However, it is more suitable for things that are made of metal or plastic.
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