Yellow glue and WipeOn Poly
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I'm working on a walnut plaque. Rubbed in the first coat of Minwax WipeOn Poly then remembered that a few small pieces need to be glued to the surface. Will yellow glue adhere to the poly, or what do I need to use?
Thanks for the help.
Peter
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  Re: Yellow glue and WipeOn Poly by petertay15 (I'm working on a wal...)
(10-10-2018, 06:20 PM)petertay15 Wrote: I'm working on a walnut plaque. Rubbed in the first coat of Minwax WipeOn Poly then remembered that a few small pieces need to be glued to the surface.  Will yellow glue adhere to the poly, or what do I need to use?
Thanks for the help.
Peter

Nope, yellow glue won't stick to poly coated wood.  I suggest you sand or scrap off the finish in the areas that need to be glued.  Alternatively, you could try superglue or epoxy, but it would still be best to roughen up the poly.  

John
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  Re: Yellow glue and WipeOn Poly by petertay15 (I'm working on a wal...)
How small and what are they made with?  

I might try a little poly Cool
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  Re: Yellow glue and WipeOn Poly by petertay15 (I'm working on a wal...)
The two small pieces are about one inch square. Same walnut as the base.
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  Re: RE: Yellow glue and WipeOn Poly by petertay15 (The two small pieces...)
(10-10-2018, 08:35 PM)petertay15 Wrote: The two small pieces are about one inch square. Same walnut as the base.

Super glue will be fine for that. Use the gel stuff so it doesn't run.
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