Wedging the journals

All wedge joints in furniture will do their job better, when, apart from the usual gluing, they are also additionally wedged. Therefore, it is worth driving at least one hardwood wedge into each pin with a cut on the forehead. We stick it strongly into the cut, previously coated with wood glue. After the glue has set, Cut off the part of the wedge protruding beyond the joint with a wood saw and carefully sand it flat. Finish the connection by dyeing and varnishing along with the entire piece of furniture.