I am doing my first teak project, a box with the resawed wood I asked about
a few days ago.
Anyhow, I had to glue up a panel for the lid. Having read many posts here
about how poorly teak glued, I used three biscuits over a 12" panel.
But then I broke the cut off ends and found the wood broke repeatedly rather
than the glue joints. In other words, the glue is stronger than the wood.
I am pretty sure it is really teak; the saw dust clumps together in a waxy
mess. That is teak, no?
So why didn't I have any trouble gluing? Can I count on future glue ups
being just as easy?
FWIW, I used the fancy yellow glue from GarretWade.