Join Date: Jul 2008
Location: Dickinson, Tx. / Somerville, TX
Wipe down or peel.
If you have to glue and run, wipe down the glue area with a wet rag and get it all up when it is still wet.
If you intend to be around for a while, you will reach the point where the excess glue will congeal and you can peel it off with a razor or knive in one easy stroke.
If it hardens, you are screwed. Just be prepared for a lot of scraping and sanding.
It's best to not get too much glue on the surfaces and not have much squeeze-out. The amount of glue you use will be gained from experience, but it's not much. I carefully apply the glue with acid brushes and dont make much of a mess at all. You will have to be careful that you dont starve the glue joint either. Keep in mind that your normal yellow glue works best at only about 2/1000 inch thick.
Some people use masking tape along the joint area.
Last edited by Tony B; 10-03-2008 at 09:49 PM.