I am looking through some old ww magazines, and came across an article
on building storm doors by William Sinnott in Woodworking International.
In it, he describes tenon glue-up for stub tenons with foxtail wedges as
follows: "... enter the wedges and apply a good exterior glue to the
half of the tenon nearest the shoulder. Then cramp up. It is bad
practice to apply glue to mortises, for it is important only half of the
tenon is glued." He doesn't explain why.
Does anyone follow this practice?
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