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I'm building a set of bathroom cabinets for the Carribean, The door fronts are to be built from mahogany lattice. I've built a jig, (MDF and hardwood strips) to keep the lattice consistent, but it will have to be glued and braded together. I don't want any excess glue to cause a problem for the finishers (especially in the hard to sand areas inside the lattice work), nor do I want the lattice work to stick to the jig. I'm wondering if there's a product that can be applied to the jig that won't effect the finish when the lattice is removed. Any suggestions?
 

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Thought about paraffin but reluctant. I'm afraid that the wax residue will get trapped in hard to remove areas of the lattice work and give the finishers a fit. Wax paper may do the trick, will give a try. thanks
 

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I have found wax paper to be "hit and miss" and it tears easy. Being in the food industry I found "parchment paper" to be a great replacement for the wax paper.

Good luck
John
 
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