|Forum topic by DannyBoy||posted 11-02-2009 05:48 PM||1943 views||0 times favorited||6 replies|
11-02-2009 05:48 PM
I watching the series on building a bed on Finewoodworking.com and during the second video, Matt Berger (the woodworker in the video) is clamping up the legs but he isn’t using anything to protect the clamps from glue squeeze out (that I can see). If he does this, won’t he end up with a bunch of glue all over his clamps that he’ll have to clean off or will possibly ruin the clamps?
I usually use a layer of wax paper to project my clamps when gluing. Anyone else do that, or am I wasting time?
If I don’t use the wax paper, are there any good solvents out there that will remove the glue (I usually use Titebond II) that will undoubtedly get all over my tools?
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