Hi folks, I'm refinishing a Merchant Vertical bass, and have noticed the glue between the fingerboard and neck keeps seeping out, just enough to form a little ridge up both sides of the neck at the seam. I've sanded it off three times since late January. I did not replace the board, but It may have been removed to repair the neck crack. This can't be normal is it? I'm new to the "upright" world. Any ideas what is happening? Additionally, the bass lived in Colorado, prior to it's current home in southern Louisiana. Altitude and humidity? I'm thinking humidity is the cause. Question is: "What should I do?" Wait for all of the glue to ooze out and watch the fingerboard fall off? Remove the excess every mornin' and pretend nothing is wrong? Cover it with a thin layer of discarded lingere? Please advise Thanks for readin'