So I did a google search and found that the only advantage of titebond is that parts can be taken apart with water, so it is good for joints that might need to be taken apart.
So, my questions:
1) Can titebond joints be taken apart with water? If so, how? I made two matching cabinets, only the plywood panels came from different sheets and sure don't match. I would like to replace them on one cabinet. When I posted a question a couple weeks ago on how to do that, no one suggested dissolving the glue.
2) Is there any other advantage to titebond?
3) How susceptible to water problems is titebond? Is a cabinet in an occasionally steamy bathroom at risk?