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post #21 of 23 Old 09-26-2019, 08:51 PM
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Put some glue in the cracks and clamp them up. Be sure they are square and straight.

Donít worry about pin nails.

Done!
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post #22 of 23 Old 09-27-2019, 12:11 PM
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Put some glue in the cracks and clamp them up. Be sure they are square and straight.

Donít worry about pin nails.

Done!

If you are going to do this, a vacuum cleaner with a extra small nozzle can suck the glue into the joint. The hardest part is deciding where to apply the glue and where to place the vacuum nozzle. If you do this right you can get far better glue coverage.

I used this technique when regluing a formica top that had lifted in corner. It worked very well. But I had a corner to work with so figuring where to glue and where to apply the suction was easy.
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I haven't started on it yet. I caught my wife leaning on it when she reached down to get the dish detergent out of the cabinet.
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