Hi, so after a hiatus, I hope to finish my guitar over the next couple of weeks. Next step, before the lacquer comes on, is to insert the frets (which i have pre-radiused). However, I was clumsy when sawing the fret slots, and they are a bit to much wider than they should be, so I need to glue in my frets. Usually I there's two types of glue recommened around here: superglue or something like tide-bond or hideglue. I don't know why one would use tidebond or something like this, because afaik it doesn't stick to the frets at all, so I seriously question it's suitability. Super-glue on the other hand sounds fine in general, but due to its liquid nature, I wonder if it can fill out the gaps sufficiently. I was considering using a 2k glue, like an epoxy, but with this one I'm woried about the opposite problem. I think the glue may be too thick to be easily inserted into the fret slot. A second question that just came to my mind is: should I consider waxing the sides of the fret slots, for easier glue removal? I'm worried that the residue of the was may seriously stop the lacquer from sticking later... What do you think about this?