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Tip #36
Gluing Up

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Next to the wood itself, glue is the most important building material in your shop. Though you rarely should see the glue in a well-built project, it has a lot to do with how professional that project looks . . . how well it performs...and how long it lasts.

A rugged, long-lasting glue bond depends on four primary factors:

1. The type of glue you use
2. The fit of your joint
3. The surface areas you’re gluing together
4. The preparation of those surface areas

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