Vise Supergrip Polyurethane Glue - Sandable, Paintable & Stainable
- Vise Supergrip Polyurethane Glue sands easily and can be painted over
- It will not blunt chisels or planes if these tools are used in removing excess glue that has cured (but be careful if using a chisel or sharp tool not to damage the surface of the timber whilst removing the excess glue)
- I prefer to remove most of the excess before the curing process starts
- At this stage I remove surplus glue with a dry sponge (if I intend to paint the surface) or with a plastic scraper (if I intend to stain the timber)
- Remember that all glues will soak into the pores of the timber surface and dry there. This can affect the receptiveness of the timber to stains. Therefore it is best to remove the excess glue in such a way that you are not wiping the excess over the surface, thereby embedding the glue into the timbers' pores
- I sometimes use a solvent like turpentine or thinners to remove uncured glue, if I've left it a little too long before cleaning up.
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