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1. On a recent FWW video regarding veneering the expert said, " If you don't get anything else from the video, get this... NEVER USE CONTACT CEMENT when veneering a panel surface!" This issue was something he called veneer creep.
Is this a serious concern in all climates? We live in the Arizona desert without much humidity and little change in interior temperatures. My local veneer supplier (WoodWorkers Source) recommended contact cement for my project and I have seen it recommended in a number of other places. I would prefer to use it over yellow glue because I don't have the massive table clamps shown and stacking up cement blocks just seems odd.
2. Is is still necessary to put veneer on both sides of a substrate if the substrate is MDF or masonite and the panel will be affixed to a flat surface?