Wood Glue dried on my hands.

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Kind of a texture offense. I'm repairing a chair (which went pretty well but took a couple hours to fit the plug... anyway after clamping and wiping... I have wood glue crud and I don't like the texture.

I don't mind grease (like wheel grease) or oil or dirt (hmm sometimes gritty dirt is a texture weirdness) I hate getting mayo on my hands or mustard...

yeah dried wood glue not my favorite. Now, back to work.
There are a lot worse places you could have glued.
 

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^^^^^^^ Like this other thread today is looking to fix

 

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Water soluble, no?
Not if you wait too long.

I find I have other tasks as the glue is drying, and as you clamp the wood together some excess comes out and it is inevitable there's gonna be dry residue.

Dried Franklin's or Titebond has been part of my existence since I was six years of ago. Just remember not to pick your nose while you have this glue on your hands. That is NOT recommended (as I recall, of course!).

I save my words of caution for working with Gorilla Glue. That stuff will stain your hands off black and it can take weeks to fade away. Wood glue is child's play next to a mishap with that stuff.
 




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