Corner Glue Bead Begone
Corner glue bead begone is article about Woodworking bookmarked by enrique with ID 11696535872 was uploaded on 06-02-2019 and has been viewed 408,137 times.
When glue beads emerge from the inside corners of projects you're assembling, don't wipe them away with a rag; you'll just smear glue into the wood and create a nasty sanding job when it's dry.Instead, crimp the end of a drinking straw to make a V-shape, and push the straw ﬁrmly along the corner.
The V-shape will conform to the project corner's angle and scoop up the glue bead.For best results, pause every few inches to clean the glue from the straw tip, or cut a new tip.When ﬁnished, run a warm, damp rag along the corner to dissolve any glue residue left on the wood.
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