|Forum topic by Oldtool||posted 567 days ago||560 views||0 times favorited||3 replies|
567 days ago
I’m in the process of hand jointing some really gnarly cherry boards for a chest on chest project, and to make the Stanley #7 move smoother, I’ve used paraffin on the sole. It occurs to me, this is wax, so I’m wondering: Will the paraffin possibly have adverse effects on the Titebond properly doing its job?
Has anyone had any problems with glue joints due to paraffin on the plane ???
Thanks in advance for your assistance.
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