I have heard varying answers on what types of glues get the tightest
bond bond for mitred crwon and casing joints. Which types of glues do
you prefer for painted or stained applications?
That's because, this situation is end-grain to side or end-grain by
definition. End-grain glues poorly. Don't design your application to rely on
end-grain being glued. Cope the crown for interior joints. When I can hide
it, I'll cross tack an exterior corner.
No glue stains well. The trick is not to choose the right glue for staining,
but to keep the adhesive off of the visible surfaces (don't overglue,
prefinish or use tape to keep squeezeout of fthe show surfaces, scrape
For paint, the above still applies but with more margin of error. Choose
your adhesive based on the material to be glued and the application (does
it beed to be water resistant?, gap filling? pot life?, cost?), not the
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