Glueing on vinyl and veneer

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  1. stealthwolf

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    Two problems:

    1. Dining room chair - veneer is starting to peel off the front seat rail from the lower edge.

    2. One of the cupboards in the utility room has vinyl covering starting to peel away (it’s half peeled off) and I’ve only noticed today. The room has a condensing tumble dryer.

    I was thinking wood glue (i have gorilla wood glue - is there anything better?) for the chair. But what should i use for the cupboard?
     
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    Simple wood glue for veneer , gorilla expands making it messy to use for veneer.
    If you have vinyl wrapped doors fail then replace .
     
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    I'm struggling to find a match for the door (I did post a thread up on here to see if anyone recognised it) and I don't want to have to replace dozens of doors for one where the vinyl's lifted off. The kitchen will be re-done within the next five years (long term plan).

    Would contact adhesive work?
    https://www.screwfix.com/p/no-nonsense-contact-adhesive-natural-500ml/32657
     
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    Contact adhesive is applied to both surfaces allowed to partially dry then brought together , how would you do that with vinyl wrap?
     
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