How to Use White Glue to Fix Joinery Imperfections.

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White glue's main specialty is to repair joinery that you've done to keep it looking undamaged. Fix up your joinery with help from a professional remodeler in this free video.

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Hi, my name's Chris Palmer. In this segment, I'm going to show you how to use white glue to fix minor imperfections in joinery. To repair very small imperfections in your joinery projects, use a little bit of white glue in the depression that you want to fill, and then sand it, and the sawdust will mix with the white glue and blend a perfect color filler in those small imperfections. Once you've done your rough sanding, and you're up to, say, 220 grit, it's time to fill these little imperfections. This white glue will go right in there, and you want to squeeze it, squeeze as much glue in there as you can. So, push it in with your finger or a cloth, and then wipe off the excess. It's okay to let it dry a little bit, but you still want it to be very tacky, because once we sand it, the sawdust is going to blend with that white glue to make a perfectly matched filler. Thanks for watching. I'm Chris Palmer. That's how you use white glue to fix minor imperfections in joinery.


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