Apply a thin coat of woodworker's glue to both surfaces using a
small-nap roller. Put together on a flat surface and weigh down with
water jugs, weights, paint cans, etc. It will take the center portion
several days for the glue to cure.
Phisherman's method (minus the roller - I'm cheap) would be my choice as
Liquid Nails is thick so if flatness is an issue you should steer away from
you just want it stuck and stuck NOW, it should fit the bill.
It will work, but I'd use wood glue. Liquid nails tends to be rather thick
so it may leave a slight gap around it. Or I'd only use screws if I thought
I'd want to take at apart at some point. That is how I made my workbench
and if the top ever gets too ratty, I'll just take it off and replace it.
Titebond II poured on and spread with an old credit card should end up
in a smooth, thin surface. If memory serves it has about a 15 minute
open time allowing alignment. Pressure over entire sheet still an
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