On Mon, 02 Aug 2004 12:20:37 GMT, "Baalrog"
Dry assemble first, but don't push the biscuits in more than 1/4".
Maybe you're smarter, but I'm a dumbass and I can't spend a day
biscuiting without miscutting at least one in the wrong place so it
won't assemble. It's a pain to discover this, but it's easier to find
out with dry biscuits than wet.
Really cheap PVA - not even the posh woodworking stuff, just the basic
PVA I buy in gallon cans.
Two glue bottles. One has a biscuit slot nozzle, the other has a
roller. The slot bottle contains slightly diluted PVA, the roller
bottle contains it at normal working strength.
Glue the slots first, roller the mating surfaces, insert biscuits and
Use the _white_
rubber mallet to knock things together on assembly.
It's kept just for this purpose, and it's clean.
Never glue the biscuits. They swell before you get them in the slots.