====================================The Git Rot and the Titebond products both appear to be equally
expensive at around $5 or $6 per oz. The Titebond CA seems to provide
an advantage in that its available in a range of viscosities. One of
the specific applications mentioned is hairline cracks.
And yes, I'd like to keep the weathered look.
====================================Buy a gallon kit of laminating epoxy (WEST, System3, etc) for about
$60 and a qt of denatured alcohol for maybe $5 and make all the
diluted epoxy you want.
You realize that after you fill the cracks with epoxy, the cracks will
be plainly visible.
A little tip about working with thinned epoxy.
Don't try to fill the crack all at once.
Tape the bottom of the crack shut with "Blue" tape, then pour in
enough thinned epoxy to seal the bottom of the crack.
When the resin has "kicked", ccome back and finish filling the crack.
This method eliminates spills and runs and make clean-up a lot easier.
If you use this approach, go to Harbor Freight and buy a $5 box of
surgical gloves and a couple of packs of plumbers acid brushes to
apply the epoxy.
Also you will need some 1 OZ and 4 OZ plastic mixing cups.
Restaurant supply houses sell them in tubes of 50 or 100 for a nominal