Removing wood glue

andi2928April 7, 2014

Im sure this has been talked about before in some capacity but Im not even really sure what term to use for searching....

My husband put a cabinet together for me and glued little wooden pegs into one side of the door. ( wooden side that helps hold the glass in place ) He messed one door up and glued the piece of wood on upside down so now I can't hang the door. Is there a way to loosen or remove the little wooden peg without destroying the door? Im not worried about the finish or anything. Thanks!

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Can you post a picture of the pegs?

The OK one and the bad one?

    Bookmark   April 8, 2014 at 12:42PM
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