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shipwright

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#1 posted 01-28-2017 02:44 PM

I am aware that pva glue can be applied, allowed to dry and then veneer can be “pressed” by applying heat.
I have never heard of pva glue being “reversible” in the way that hide glue is and as far as I know this piece would be difficult to remove undamaged if it had been glued with pva.
I also believe that all old pva glue must be removed in order to get new pva to adhere.

Which comment says that “dried carpenter’s glue can’t be used”?

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