Steam from my electric kettle has caused the veneer of one of my kitchen cabinets to separate from the doors and I need to stick it back on.
- What is the best method to use? Should I peel the veneer all the way off, sand and then re-glue it on? Or would I be better off keeping it in place and gluing it down as-is?
- What adhesive should I use? There's nowhere in my kitchen I can put my kettle where it isn't going to be under a cabinet, so the glue would ideally be steam/heat resistant.
I was thinking about getting a spray adhesive and applying it under the veneer without completely removing it but I'm thinking that it may not be a lasting fix.