Ease the Edges
Once the glue has set a bit, take wood putty and fill in all the nail holes, and close up any gaps where pieces of wood meet. “Once it’s fit together you can continue working on it, as wood glue tacks pretty quickly,” McGowan says. Then use the 220 grit sandpaper to create a rounded intersection where all the wood pieces touch, and to round off or “ease” the exposed edges.
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