You'er Welcome Coon
hahahahahahahahaha I have done that one also a time or two hahahahaha
Like you I have seen some work benchs that have tons of glue on them and it always makes me laugh just a little bit
Here's a little tip I now use,,, butcher paper or wax paper under the door or on top of the clamps work well for me ..
keeps the black marks off the door from the clamps or keeps in from sticking to the work bench hahahahaha
plus it makes a quick clean up, the glue just likes to drip off the stock when it gets clamped down
I just about always wipe it down with a wet rag but some times I just can't get it all off under the clamp bars.
The butcher paper ( 16" wide ) is a bit wider but it like to roll back up so I just put on some masking tape to hold it into place...
Just a Note****
I was putting in a 1" wide dado slot in some maple on Sunday and I heard that nasty sound of splintering wood sound ( ripping out ) the stock ,I could see the nice chips coming out but I knew it was also ripping the stock out as well so I dropped the bit down a bit and that did help but in this case no way to use a backup block to keep it from ripping the stock out, and it was a new bit as well...like I said b/4 trees like to split out...
Originally Posted by Coon
I'm already ripping the stock i have so I'll just rout it prior to the rip. That should take care of the peeling.
Here's a quick laugh. I glued up, clamped, and cleaned up my first door on Saturday on a plywood work table (plywood on sawhorses). It looked BEAUTIFUL and i couldn't wait for the 30 min to pass so i could unclamp it and admire my work. After 30 min i unclamped and tried to pick it up only to discover that it was firmly glued to the table!!! I had to pry it up and the Tightbond didn't break, it actually took out a chunk from the plywood. Lesson #1, glue comes out of both sides...