will keep a bootle of hf glue in the shop

i like this glue but i will still keep titebond around
it is thicker than titebond so it stays put but it spreads fine when clamped
has the consistency of caulking so no dripping
dries clear
sands easily
but the bottle is all wrong and getting the glue to come out is a challenge
but they can fix that by putting this glue in a tube instead
while using it i stand it upside down to keep the glue at the right end
the bonds seem strong and it sets quickly
a good glue to have around for small stuff
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If it's supposed to be carpenter's or wood glue, it shouldn't be thick and hard to squeeze out. That's the sign of old glue. It should flow out easily, but be thick enough to stay in place. Construction adhesive it is not.
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