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Posted on Can you plane a glued up joint?

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#1 posted 06-01-2010 07:06 PM

One thing you can do in the future is to take a damp rag and clean off any squeeze out..it will prevent having to scrap off the hard dried glue later..I usually wait for the glue to skin over a little then scrape it right off no problem.at least that’s what I do..before I started doing that..I would take a belt sander and give it quick once over to sand off the ridges left by dried glue..but not enough to affect the thickness of the pieces glued together..then run them thru the planer or wide drum sander..

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