Wed, Feb 9, 2005, 2:41am (EST-3) email@example.com
Is there anything else out there as good or better than Titebond?
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- David Fasold
Depends- are you gluing wood together for interior projects, or
fastening an elephant to the ceiling? I use Elmer's Probond, FWIW,
and it seems to do the trick just fine. Despite all the hype, I
wouldn't actually be suprised to learn that standard yellow or white
carpenter's glue works as well as anything for most applications- I
just like the probond's round bottle.
If you're going to glue together a boat dock to set in the lake, or a
set of wooden rain gutters or a picnic table or something else that is
going to be exposed to the elements, then you might need to worry
about it- otherwise it's really not a huge concern, if you ask me.
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