When you’re ready to glue the edging in place, it’s a good idea to have a plan for how they go on. For a simple case, like the one shown in the first slide, I start with the outside vertical edges, then move to the horizontal pieces. On more complex cases, I follow the process shown here. Now, you’re ready to spread some glue. Start from one end and clamp the edging in place. Your aim is to have the edging overhang a bit on each side of the plywood. Since it’s only slightly wider, there won’t be much, and you can feel when the piece is centered.