Avoid problems with glue squeeze-out contaminating your finish by controlling the problem where it starts — inside the joint. This article offers valuable tips for hiding squeeze-out where it will not be seen, or sending it to areas where it is easy to clean up. You’ll learn to limit squeeze-out on mortise-and-tenon joints, in dowel holes, on solid edging, in dado joints, and on dovetails and finger joints. From Fine Woodworking #213
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