I learned a trick, - so long ago that I don't want to mention !!
Use a pair of 'regular' slip-joint pliers. Gently 'crimp' around the peg -
so as to create some flutes around the length. Apply glue and insert.
The glue gives a bit of lubrication and the pseudo flutes allow a bit less
friction and the trapped air to escape. The water in the glue then makes the
'crimps' swell, the peg resumes it's original shape and holds even tighter.
"Jay Pique" wrote ...
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