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Posted by deecee on November 27th, 2002 03:34 PM
In reply to Remove Carpenter's Glue from Hardwood Floors by steveinhfx on November 26th, 2002 04:26 PM [Go to top of thread]

small area: Wet sand the glue with water and wet/dry paper. The water will raise the grain and keep the glue from melt smearing and perhaps dissolve it enough to let you leach it from the wood with an alcohol- soaked rag. Dry immediately. This worked on an oak chair I was careless with when regluing rungs. I have since learned to use blue masking tape generously on wood joints when gluing up to save on the glue scraping and sanding. Has anyone had any experience with Gorilla (urethane) glue in an application like thx's? May this Thanksgiving be peaceful and fulfilling for all. Kizmet

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