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Not properly distributing the glue onto your substrate will either leave too much glue (little pockets of glue will remain underneath the veneer creating bumps in your veneer), or not enough glue (the veneer will not glue to the substrate and will create air pockets or raised bubbles). The general rule is that the surface of the substrate should look evenly painted with veneer glue.
Remember to always apply the glue to the substrate material, and not directly on to the veneer.
It is extremely important to apply the glue evenly, otherwise you will end up with a veneer that is not flat.

If you can barely see the pencil mark on the substrate (through the adhesive), you have the right amount of glue. The veneer will absorb the glue and start to curl almost immediately, making it almost impossible to work with. The PVC pipe gives a more even and smooth application, and doesn't soak up the glue like a paint roller would. The time it takes you to get more glue from somewhere in the workshop may make the glue up stressful, and may make it difficult to complete your veneer piece properly.

I would test this method out before hand to make sure that you are comfortable with the procedure as it 'feels' different than applying glue with a typical sponge roller.

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