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Titebond No Run No Drip Glue, 16oz
I started using this for some of my woodworking. I like it especially for gluing the keys into a miter joint. It fills any voids and dries clear. The glue tacks strongly even if you don't clamp it, just hold it tight a little while. You can reposition it shortly after it tacks. Once it grabs it will not slip or slide and has a strong bond.
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The Sticky Stuff Works
White Bird, Idaho
I used Titebond Molding Glue to apply face strips on a large library shelf unit. Because of construction space restrictions, nine individual units each about 8 feet tall and 2 feet wide were prefabricated in the shop. These were moved into the library and assembled on a toekick base unit. The mating surfaces or "lines" between each connected unit were then covered with prefinished 1/8 inch thick strips of wood cut to fit the vertical joined pieces and the individual shelf front edges. The glue works as advertized and did not drip or run as I assembled the pieces. It dries fairly fast but you do have time to get the strips in place. This glue would work in any application where you are gluing parts that are vertically oriented and you need to make sure that the glue does not run or drip. The glue seems to have a long life too. After nearly a year in place, I see no failures at all.
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