Any reason not to always use Titebond II over Titebond I (other than
the minor difference in cost)?
i.e., Titebond II has the advantage of water resistance but does it
have any disadvantages for general woodworking?
Titebond II is more viscous and doesn't spread as easily. I use Titbond
I unless I need a water resistant glue. -- but then, why not use a
fully waterproof glue?
Also, even though we hope never to have to undo a bond, it's easier
with Titebond I.
The chalk temperature (the temp at above which it should be used) is higher
for II than I
If were not cheap, I would use III uas the general purpose glue rather than
personally I just use use I unless I need waterpreoof.
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