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Keith Newton
Not knowing how big and heavy his piece is relative to the bonded area, is that the bond is only as strong as the weakest link. In this case it may be between the paint and wood. Old paint can flake pretty easily, and primers are made to sand easily, not become part of the structural integrity.

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