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You stated that you scraped both surfaces, did you do that to make it more even (cleaned off the glops)? I'm getting ready to make my top by laminating 1/2" MDF to 3/4" MDF and top it with Corian then put on oak edges.
Do you think if I seal up the bottom and the plate cut out with poly it will be OK?
I really don't want to put Corian on the bottom also.
The scraping is done before applying the adhesive to roughen up the surface and give the adhesive a better surface to adhere.
I don't know about water based contact cements, but for my router table top I used the DAP gel based contact cement to glue my MDF pieces together as well as the Formica on top and bottom of the MDF. It worked very well. I used a 99 cent bristle brush to put it on and just threw it away when finished.
DAP at Lowe's: Quart Weldwood® Gel Formula Contact Cement
If you want good contact cement use the solvent based products. They havent perfected the water based stuff yet.
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