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Rick Dennington

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#1 posted 07-21-2010 08:39 PM

Greetings Paul,

What I’d do ( and have done) is use the glue you were using, put some on your finger, and try to squeeze the glue back down in the opening. You might use a small putty knife to help do this by slowly opening the gap if you can. Once you’ve got glue in the gaps, clamp it up and bring the gaps tight together… If any glue squeezes out, take a damp cloth and wipe it off right then and let it dry for a few hours….. Re-sand a little, mineral oil, or whatever you’re using, and you’re good to go….. This should work…...

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