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Core Void

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What you need to know

Core voids occur when there is no support under a confined area of the veneer. The condition is generally identified when a chair leg or a high-heeled shoe encounters the floor resulting in cracking or puncturing of the surface veneer. It is identifiable because the size of the hole is usually

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