Remove Squeeze Out
Removing squeeze-out glue after clamping wood together is critical for the staining and finishing that comes afterward. Scraping, chiseling or sanding the dry glue doesn’t always mean it is gone. Even leaving a few molecules of glue on the surface will keep the wood from absorbing the stain resulting in light spots, or unstained areas. De-Glue Goo soaks into the top pores, dissolves the glue, turning it back to its original color for easy visibility. Then it can be gently scraped off. Follow up with a wipe from a damp cloth. Once the area has dried, sand lightly and the wood is ready for finishing.