- The sign of a great woodworker is how well he can hide his screw-ups.
- Keep the board as long as you can for as long as you can.
- Always use the short boards first.
- Teamwork is important: it helps put the blame on the new guy.
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Which Wood Glue is Best? Let’s find out! Showdown with Titebond, Flex Glue, Elmer’s & Gorilla.
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Wood glue comparison showdown comparing Titebond Original, Titebond II, Titebond III, Elmer’s Carpenter’s Wood Glue, Elmer’s Wood Glue MAX, Elmer’s All Purpose (Craft), Gorilla Wood Glue, and Flex Glue. Tensile and shear load testing, including performance following continuous water exposure.
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How to Choose Wood Glues
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Woodworking glues and adhesives are so numerous it can be confusing to some as to what to use. In this video we deal with a few of the most common glues and where to use them to get the best results when gluing. We’ll review some of the most popular wood glues including epoxy, titebond glue, gorilla glue and we’ll also review indoor and outdoor glue.
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How To Choose and Use the Right Glue
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Learn the difference between interior and exterior glues, including PVA, polyurethane, and epoxies. Once you know the difference, you’ll know which adhesive is the best choice for your project. WOOD magazine’s Jim Heavey gives you tips on what to choose and how to use.