Floss Gluing

It’s easy to coat narrow crevices with glue when you’re repairing a cracked board or tenon on a project. Pour glue on a scrap of wood and drag the floss.

The Family Handyman

It’s easy to coat narrow crevices with glue when you’re repairing a cracked board or tenon on a project. Pour a little carpenter’s glue on a scrap of wood, drag the unwaxed floss back and forth through the puddle, and floss the glue into the crack. Now clamp the crack closed and let it dry. Thanks to Phil Milhelich for this tip.

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