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    Will wood glue work if I stain & put 1 coat of polyurathane on first, then assemble and glue my project - working on soft pine?

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    popular practice is to glue and assemble a project before finishing. this way, any 'squeeze-out' of adhesive or glue can be removed after the material has dried, then, satins and finishes can be applied.
    however, stains and finishes can be applied before assembly if care is taken to insure that mating joints are clean and free from materials that impede the bonding attributes of aliphatic glues, ie: elmers, titebond or gorilla.

    gorilla glue, home depot, paint department

    my dude...been down this road too many times...please consider using a product like gorilla glue which is a carpenters adhisive...you can find it a home depot, in the paint department...



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