I'm trying to find a supplier of Titebond II glue in gallons.
I can't find a single supplier.
I can't afford Lee Valley's prices and the stuff is only $20 US a gal at
Google is getting worse all the time for Canada.
Even when you pick Canada only you still get all American hits.
Anyone know of a Canadian company that sells the stuff in quantity?
Titebond in Canadian dollars ($25.00 gal) from London Ontario.
It doesnt mention Titebond II or III. Perhaps a phone call would be in
Franklin's (the maker of Titebond) web site recommends calling them
1-800-877-4583 or emailing them at
to find retailers outside of the USA.
Buffalo, NY - USA
(Remove "SPAM" from email address to reply)
This is a problem. Google allows those that pay to bump those that
should be at the top based on other criteria. One of my web pages used
to be at the top when searched with the appropriate keywords. Now
there are only commercial interests at the top selling products
instead of providing useful info.
Now that my brain has kicked in -
That's right - (but it's an imperial oz, not a Canadian oz). The US oz is not
equal to the Imp oz. Hence 153.7 US oz in an Imp gallon.
Litres are _much_ easier to deal with.
The old way gets ridiculous. Architects using, say, 12' 6 1/2" , engineers
using 12' 6.5", surveyors use 12.542'. Give me metric anyday - 3,823 mm
regardless of user.
Yep. a bit pricy.
I wish Lee Valley would at least stock the quarts. that seems to be the size
where the price breaks.
I actually buy the handy 8oz bottles for most small work but I have a major
outdoor project that will probably use at least a gal of the stuff.
Hi Wayne -
Liquids are tough to ship mail order... larger sizes just cost that much
more, and there are limits to what (volume) can be shipped in a parcel, in a
Then there's the whole question of freezing...
I just reviewed our cost on the titebond, and there's not much margin
Can't always sell everything for less by mail!
I understand this Rob.
The quart would be nice though.
I checked pricing around the net and it seems to be the best deal.
8oz = approx $5 63cents oz
16oz = approx $9 56cents oz
32oz = approx $13 41cents oz
Titebond's wholesale/retail sweet spot appears to be the quart.
Hi Wayne -
No worries - just wanted to ensure there was an explanation out there.
We have to carry some uneconomic products in order to complete the line, as
not all of our customers have access to box stores....
HomeOwnersHub.com is a website for homeowners and building and maintenance pros. It is not affiliated with any of the manufacturers or service providers discussed here.
All logos and trade names are the property of their respective owners.