I know there have been myriad posts on filling gaps using X, Y or Z but…
I’m building the N. Bennett Street School Gentleman’s Toolbox as a pandemic project.
I got to the dado step: https://www.finewoodworking.com/project-guides/shop-projects/ep-9b-web-frame-dados. And my dados are not as tight as I am used to. Maybe .003-.005 gap total.
I typically build of walnut so am used to dealing with darker woods but the beech is lighter than I am used to. My intent is to use a light finish like poly over super blonde shellac.
Was wondering if anyone has any opinions regarding either PVA glue or hide glue in this situation? I tend do default to Old Brown Glue for my walnut issues because, well… its brown and it takes finish pretty well but I am pretty much a novice on lighter woods…
Your opinions are welcomed….