Any tips for uncovering glue before staining?


This months wood magazine says that you can use Naptha to uncover any glue on projects before staining. Has anyone used this method? I tried to find naptha in the stores and all i can find is VM&P Naptha. is that the same? Are there any other tricks?
Thanks
Stacey
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Stacey wrote:

The only "trick" is to use a solvent to highlight the grain and show up the glue where there is little or no absorbence. Paint thinner would be as effective and cheaper.
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On Sun, 22 May 2005 13:14:06 -0500, the inscrutable Duane Bozarth

Another trick is to use a UV-fluorescent additive in the glue. Blacklight it to find where to clean up. Google it.
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Stacey wrote:

Yes. So is lighter fluid.
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Hi Stacey, If you plan on finishing using WB products, wiping with denatured alcohol (ethanol) to expose the glue is a better idea. Cheers, JG
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