How To Glue Felt To Wood And Make It Last
How to glue felt to wood and make it last is article about How To bookmarked by bernard with ID 11934240614 was uploaded on 12-02-2019 and has been viewed 264,603 times.
Gluing felt to wood can be difficult because felt tends to soak up glue and can be messy to work with.Beyond that, often you are working in a tight space like trying to line the inside of a jewelry box.
If you've ever tried to get a strong adhesion of felt to wood and thought about pulling your hair out, this is for you.First, watch this video by Doug Stowe which shows him using a felt-like material to line a jewelry box.
I'll highlight a couple of important points and outline what you'll need after the video. What You Need:Quality Felt - I recommend billiard cloth like this which is much higher qualityWeldwood Contact Cement (can get by with Elmer's Glue)Foam Brushes to apply glueRoller to flatten felt (optional)Tips For Gluing Felt: First, in the video above there are a few key things that Doug does that you need to do as well if you plan on gluing felt to wood and actually making it stick.
First, make sure to put a very thin layer of glue on the surface.You don't need any special glue, though we prefer the contact cement listed above.In fact, Dan McGarigle also mentions this adhesive by name in his...