http://i202.photobucket.com/albums/aa11 ... ge0023.jpg these marks appeared on this door out of nowhere , the only thing I could think of was the glue coming through from the veneer but any other explainations might be helpful . The door is from a company in Grangemouth and has an oak veneered finish with a chipboard core and is of reasonable quality .
it could be glue seeping through the veneer, if the door is reasonably
new I sugest you contact the company and complain directly, it's possible
they might replace the door. I can't suggest a way of hiding the stains.
Thanks for your help but I have solved the mystery , It was the grease on the sliding track that caused it . It seems the grease from fitting the track was on my hands (but wiped off) reacted with the finish on the door while fitting the hanging bolts . It was`nt an instant reaction but it happened over a period of several minutes so it was`nt obvious . I just need to figure out how to get it off .
I am facing somewhat of the same sort of the problem, but its not really greese. and the doors also making some noise in opening and closing, and the doors fairly old, arnd 2 years. do i need to replace the door?
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