A Youtuber claims to use PVA and superglue together. Lay down the PVA and then add superglue, Brting the joint together and the instanmt action of the superglue removes the need to use cramps . Really ?
Water/moisture sets up superglue very quickly. PVA contains water, so
it would set near instantly, but likely quicker than you could bring
two parts together. PVA the parts, bring them together, then wick the
superglue in the joint - might work.
I've used superglue (for adhesion) and heat-sink compound on the same
surfaces, but carfully applied where each would have maximum effect,
not mixed together.
I can see how a wood joint using PVA and superglue might work using
the same principle.
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