silvertonessuckbutigotone Posted August 5, 2004 Report Share Posted August 5, 2004 this is what im doing, i need to fill a couple pickup cavities, and what i was planning on doing was cut a peice of wood to fit inside and glue it in and then putty off any inperfections, so my question is, does wood glue hold on to the sheilding paint that is inside of there? if not should I look toward another type of glue, or should i somehow get rid of the paint? Also, if I need to get rid of the paint, how should i get rid of it? I imagine sanding wouldnt be very helpful, i thought about routing it out, but i dunno if its worth it? the option that i hope i can do most is just put some wood in there to fill it with. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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