Couple of years back i purchased a travel trailer. Interior was fake peel and stick plastic film look alike Cherry .
Pretty poor workmanship anyhow in certain spots its peeling and some others its just plain driving me nuts.
Last week i took an extended weekend away camping (our thanksgiving) and while sitting indoors it once again started getting to me.
I have come up with some ideas of how to fix certain spots with say small bead of 1/4 round real cherry but in other areas i have not and was thinking of stripping off and applying veneer.
My question is how can i apply veneer to upright installed face frames. Substrate underneath i soft pine solid wood. So i could peel the darn stuff off and then veneer the pine with real cherry veneer but how do i apply it so it dont bubble etc.
Is there "iron on" veneer sheets available like one gets edge banding in ?
May have to get hold of Joe woodworker and ask him but thought I might see what forum knows and says first.
I cannot go full hog and replace face frames that would make it all too heavy for transportation although they never seem to think of that when they put 3/4 inch thick door fronts on some doors. Door fronts are so heavy they help the door open when turning.
Was thinking i could also use something like the 3M Hi Adhesive spray (90 or 77) have used it before for formica application and it worked amazingly and apply that to cherry veneer and then trim with router.
Any suggestions ideas welcome thanks.
What i am NOT doing is living with it or tacking the stuff back in place. Sometimes you wish you knew nothing about how things should look it can drive one crazy when one spots this kind of thing. Now i cannot go in the trailer without seeing all the defects.