Wood Sanding Techniques: Sanding in Tight Places

Duration: 3:18

Don’t start finishing your next project until you check out this useful tip. It’s common to find glue squeeze-out in very tight places of your woodworking project. George Vondriska demonstrates a clever wood sanding technique to not only identify where the glue is, but also how to use a detailed sander to remove it.

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2 Responses to “Wood Sanding Techniques: Sanding in Tight Places”
  1. Frank

    Do you use mineral spirits for finding glue spots when using water based finishes or just for oil based finishes?

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    • WWGOA Team

      Hi, Frank. Yes, this works fine prior to applying either water based or oil based finishes.

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