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Just installed a new drop in stove. Unfortunately I was careless and
broke the vaneer on both sides. I have on each side of the stove 2 50
cent size irregular holes in the butcherblock veneer. I am not
interested in replacing the counter tops and am considering getting
some contrasting veneer and putting a 2 " strip around the top to
cover the damage. Any suggestions as to how to repair this?
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Just installed a new drop in stove. Unfortunately I was careless and
broke the vaneer on both sides. I have on each side of the stove 2 50
cent size irregular holes in the butcherblock veneer. I am not
interested in replacing the counter tops and am considering getting
some contrasting veneer and putting a 2 " strip around the top to
cover the damage. Any suggestions as to how to repair this?


Router, jig to rout out the damage areas and another jig to route a and
matching butcherblock patch veneer. Epoxy and you're done. Making the jig is
the trick.


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