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Date Posted: 12/17/05 22:50:25
Author: Roy Parker
Subject: Re: how to remove elmer's glue marks after staning
In reply to: Ron Rasbeary 's message, "how to remove elmer's glue marks after staning" on 07/27/04 10:09:38

Once the glue is on the wood, the only success I've had is to scrape or sand it off and restain. A trick I use with baseboard is to put a piece of blue masking tape on the board and drive the nail through the tape. Fill the hole flush, let it dry, then remove the tape. White filler with white paint on baseboard needs no further touchup. On stained base I use a wax crayon of the proper color to fill the holes.

>after making filler out of elmer's glue and sawdust. i
>fiied nail holes after drying sand it down then
>stained it but glue marker showed up, how to remove
>the markes before I finish sealing it

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