Get Glue In Tight Spots
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My woodworking business includes a fair amount of repair work.Often, I'm confronted with how to force glue into a hairline cr*ck or a bit of loose veneer.I've tried using old business cards but that's like spreading glue with a wet noodle.
I finally found the answer in metal shim stock I use to align machine parts, e.g., the cutter head to the outfeed table on my jointer.Metal shims are available at any machinist or automotive supply store.
Buy a variety pack; it contains several thicknesses and only costs a few bucks.The thinnest shim is almost like aluminum foil and the thickest is similar to card stock.You'll only need a few scraps to use as glue applicators.
I keep mine in a small jar.The shims can be used over and over again.Just wipe the glue off the shim with a damp rag before it sets.Watch these related videos for more gluing tips - Related Videos: Glue Removal TipGluing with Off-Cut StripsUsing Yellow Glue to Fill Small VoidsUniform Glue Spreading...