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QUOTE (Richard Johnson @ 5 Feb 2008, 10:18) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Hi - this might help.

(take your time and it will go well)

(1) use a thin mix of PVA and water - no more than 5:1 water to glue - less preferably
If you use copydex instead of PVA, it is much more forgiving. Whereas PVA dries solid, copydex forms a rubber film that can be removed from point blades with a toothpick or scalpel. It's a bit more expensive, but I went with it for my first ever layout and it allowed me to rescue a point from just the situation you describe. I use a 50:50 copydex/water mix.
 
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