I'm very suspicious of the use of Acetone to clean the wood prior to gluing. Acetone is a very strong industrial rated solvent & will attack the natural oils in wood & other products, as well as affecting the adhesion properties of the Titebond glue. Any solvent that is recommended for cleaning residual adhesive is not what I would use for prepping the wood prior to gluing. I would prefer the use of Isopropyl Alcohol to clean prior to gluing. It is much milder and evaporates quickly & cleanly. If you prefer to use Acetone, I might suggest using the Isopropyl afterwards to remove the Acetone.
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