|Forum topic by Kevin Wilson||posted 1472 days ago||4164 views||1 time favorited||9 replies|
1472 days ago
OK guys and gals, I’m counting on you here! I’m way under the gun with a project I’m doing for a client to be given as a Christmas gift. It’s a quartersawn White Oak wine rack (just like the one David Marks did on Woodworks…if you’ve seen that episode.)
Anyway, I glued up panels 2 days ago with just yellow Titebond. But I screwed up and let my clamping bars touch the wood. No big deal right? Maybe a little glued to scrape right?
The glue or the metal bar or something stained the oak. Here’s a pic:
In this shot, the mark has been scraped down nice and smooth and flush to the wood surface. From what I can tell, the staining occured where the glue or the bit of water I used to clean up the squeeze out contacted the clamp bar and the wood. But there’s no discoloration or rusting or anything on the clamp bar. Just a dark stain in the oak…it looks like a burn mark.
Anyone have any ideas to remove the stain? Scraping it didn’t help…it seems to be in the wood. My planer’s not wide enough to take a few passes at it.
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