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Squeeze-out happens – here’s how to deal with it


Despite your best efforts, glue will sometimes squeeze out of joints.

When that happens be prepared by having in place a layer of protection – in the form of blue painter’s tape – between the squeeze-out and adjoining wood pieces. In tight areas, such as wood surfaces that adjoin a mortise-and-tenon joint, simply apply the painter’s tape around the perimeter of the mating pieces, being careful not to trap any tape between the mating pieces. Remove the tape within an hour or two of clamping the pieces together.

 

Squeeze-out happens

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