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Old 09-28-2018, 12:24 PM   #1
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16 avenger 27dbs issues

We are new to the forums and found this one very helpful!
Now my problem, we recently bought a 16 avenger 27dbs on our first trip out I noticed on the outdoor kitchen cabinet ATI uses some kind of laminate or sticker that looks like wood to wrap everything, well this is starting to bubble. Also inside on the bottom of our cabinets near fridge are starting to do the same thing.
Has anyone seen this? And does anyone have ideas on what itís from and how to fix it?
Thank you in advance
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Old 09-28-2018, 01:33 PM   #2
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We are new to the forums and found this one very helpful!
Now my problem, we recently bought a 16 avenger 27dbs on our first trip out I noticed on the outdoor kitchen cabinet ATI uses some kind of laminate or sticker that looks like wood to wrap everything, well this is starting to bubble. Also inside on the bottom of our cabinets near fridge are starting to do the same thing.
Has anyone seen this? And does anyone have ideas on what itís from and how to fix it?
Thank you in advance
Tim

I'm getting the same thing on the bottom of my kitchen cabinet. It's probably a combination of dragging things out of the cabinet and dinging the wrap and/or water getting on the wrap.

For the bubbles, you may be able to "prick" them with a pin and smooth them down with a plastic putty knife. If needed, you could use an adhesive syringe with a needle to squirt a little glue into the hole and wipe/smooth it out. The same goes for the wrap edges that are lifting. A childrens art glue stick has worked for me.

Good luck.
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Thank you for the response is there a glue that you would recommend to put into a syringe?
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Thank you for the response is there a glue that you would recommend to put into a syringe?

Usually after you prick the bubble & let the air out, it will smooth out & stick. If there is debris or saw dust causing the bubble, it can get a little more tricky. You'll then have to slice the wrap with a good exacto knife, remove the debris and then hopefully it will smooth out & stick. If you can't find a syringe glue, use contact cement and a tooth pick to get some behind the wrap.
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