Seriously! The project that's going to take me through the next few weeks is refinishing the cabinetry removed from the interior. Having everything out of the boat provides a once in a lifetime (we hope) opportunity to refinish everything.
On many of the pieces, portions of the glued joints are seperating. Not the whole joint, just one end. Murphy's Law being what it is, it's not any of the small, square, easily clamped pieces that need work.
Is there a practial way to touch up/reglue only the areas that are seperating without completely pulling apart whole piece? Some of the glued joints terminate in very fine (1/4" to 1/2") trim and the glue is still holding strong there. I'm afraid if I pull the joint apart completely, I'll do permenant damage.