|Forum topic by bozekk||posted 01-19-2012 03:53 AM||891 views||0 times favorited||3 replies|
01-19-2012 03:53 AM
Disclaimer. I screwed up. I am doing my first stair project at my home. I am using those tread overlays and I pre-cut the the risers and they are 3/4 inch too short. Why? Because stupid me, I ended up forgetting that I remove the nosing of the tread.
Happily, I have the type tread overlay with trim that extends down. Here’s the idea, I can rip a strip and glue it to the top. This part is not visible and I want a snug fit since this takes place of the missing nosing.
So, if I am correct, I could use a strong glue like a urethane glue to create a strong bond. I am asking if this is really needed or is a good wood glue OK?