I'm looking for a good fix for small chips that occur in the veneer of speakers or audio equipment racks. When I say small, I mean no bigger than .25 inch square. If I had the piece that broke off I would simply glue it back on and be done with it but this is not the case.
If it is wood veneer, I imagine that you should replace the missing area with a matching piece cut to size.
If it is the black veneer commonly seen on speaker cabinets I was thinking that a small amount of a black colored epoxy or filler backed up with a strip of tape until it sets would do the trick.
I also need any tips on how to properly fix a strip of veneer that has pulled up into a small hump at the bottom of my SDA-1C's. The previous owner of these speakers had a small water issue in his house that soaked the carpet the speaker was setting on and this caused the veneer to swell and detatch a bit.
I know that gentle heat from a small iron can be helpful in persuading the veneer to go back and possibly cause the glue to bond again. I wish to approach this cautiously so that I dont create more work for myself in the future if I bungle something!
Any tips or advice would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance folks!