The glue foamed up, I cleaned it up and went to dinner. Three hours later it was as strong as I hoped, but it had foamed a heck of a lot more than I expected and some of the the foam had dripped down the work. For reasons I won't go into now, I had already finished the parts before gluing so I have no reasonable way to clean it up. I scrapped, sanded and refinished the worst spots and my wife thinks it looks great. I however know that the parts you can't see well are a mess, so I am going to rebuild the project. (Actually I erred more than the gluing, or I would just refinish the whole thing; the glue is just the final straw. Rebuilding it will give me the chance to do it all correctly)
For future reference, how do you deal with the foam? Just plan and scrapping and sanding it way, or can it somehow be contained. (Obviously you don't use it on work that is already finished)
This will go down as my worst project to date. To bad cause the mahogany was really pretty and now it is kindling.