I think I wish now I had just ordered the thing assembled, but being the devoted DIYer, I bought a formica counter in two pieces, for an L-shaped counter.
The assembly kit, with the turnbolts, came with powdered glue to mix up, to glue the two pieces together.
Is this the best to use, or should I use TiteBond III or Elmers Furniture Glue (I think it is called. Tan in a squeeze bottle) or even Elmers white glue.
It seems like a pitfall would be not mixing the powdered glue to the right thickness, and that using liquid glue would avoid that. And I'm guessing they include it just because it packs flat and doesn't harden even if it takes years to sell. That it's not the best glue, just the best for them to sell in this case.
Also I have to glue on end pieces, but I forget now if they have adhesive already, or what.
ANYTHING ELSE I SHOULD KNOW ABOUT GLUING TOGETHER THE COUNTER?