Too late,,,in a hour the glue has sealed the wood,, try this quick test, put some glue on a board,,,wipe off what you can with a clean rag. come back to it in a hour or so,,and put some stain/finish on it , and you will see the glue has seal the wood..
Now do it one more time the same way, but this time use the 50/50 way, come back to the board in a hour or so,, and if you did it right the stain/finish will go on and you will not see any glue marks..
By the way,, pickup one or two Good paint brushes ,the ones that are about 12 " ti 14" long or so and come down to a nice fine flat tip ( oil painting brushes ) pop off the cap of a spray can of paint,put some BOTTLE water into the cap, after you use the brush clean it out right away in the water and wipe it off with some paper towels , I made a little slip on brush holder that just slips on to the paint cap so I can leave the brush in the water until I don't with the glue
I used welding rod for the brush holder...
I’m with Ronald, to me that’s the best method
Also after 1 hour or so I will go back and wipe off any excess glue.
BTW acid brushes are the metal cheep bruches used by plumbers / welders. About 6” long with an approx. ľ” diameter metal handle. Very useful for a variety of jobs