I'm about to undertake a project using glue blocks and wanted to ask if it was
plausible to use glue blocks with already primed opr painted wood.
Or should I sand the wood first before gluing?
Staten Island, New York.
Also "Glue first, paint later." Glue works best when it can sink into
the wood. Prepainted wood, even after it is sanded, absorbs a whole
lot less glue.
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On Monday, January 28, 2013 9:35:56 AM UTC-8, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I've got a propane torch and paint scraper, and can always find
my way to bare wood. Sanding is good, too.
Glue holds to wood better than finishes hold to wood, as
well as better than glue holds to finishes.
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