I am attempting to redo a bar rail in a commercial establishment. I am by no means a wood expert so any help here would be appreciated.
The situation i have is as follows...the bottom layer of the bar surface is regular plywood. This portion sticks out by approximately 4" from the rest of the bar to create a rail on the inside of the bar. Currently there is a piece of molding(I believe it is 1/4" x 3/4" Oak lattice molding) that is attached to the inside edge of the plywood. At this time it is attached using some small nails or brads. What I want to do is replace what is there and use not only brads/nails but some type of glue or adhesive to create a good seal so that the joint will not deteriorate over time from the abuse of liquids(water, juices, alcohol). Any suggestions on how to approach this project?