The new coffee table for our family room continues to make progress, although the progress has slowed for a variety of reasons. Birthday parties, college football games to name a few. One woodworking reason is that there are so many parts to glue up, I do it a little at a time.
One of the enemies of a nicely finished project is glue. When glue dries on wood, stain can’t penetrate it and if the glue is not removed, the glue will show as spots on the wood. So, doing a little at a time gives me the ability to remove the glue before it sets up.
Each step in the process takes about 30 minutes. This on and off work takes place over a period of a few days. Next up: work on the top begins.
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