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Titebond 1412
Item 145560

III Waterproof Glue, 4-oz

$4.99

Finally, waterproof wood glue without the mess! Titebond III wood glue is waterproof, yet it cleans up with water. Unlike polyurethane glues, there is no foaming and it doesn't stain your hands....

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Finally, waterproof wood glue without the mess! Titebond III wood glue is waterproof, yet it cleans up with water. Unlike polyurethane glues, there is no foaming and it doesn't stain your hands. Plus it's vastly stronger, safer and less expensive than polyurethane glues. It allows eight minutes of open assembly time and offers an application temperature as low as 47 degrees. The maker of Titebond III says that their new formula is a "natural progression of tradition and excellence." We see it as the ultimate wood glue!



  • Waterproof formula that cleans up with water
  • Superior strength
  • Designed for interior and exterior applications
  • Unaffected by finishes
  • FDA approved for indirect food contact

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The Woodcraft Magazine June/July Issue #47 is available on-line, at your local Woodcraft store, or favorite newsstand starting Tuesday, May 29th, 2012. Featuring 4 projects, 5 Tools & Techniques, 2 Hot New Tools, 3 Tips & Tricks, and many other woodworking related topics that belong in your woodworking library. Each of the projects in this issue, as with every Woodcraft Magazine issue, comes with a Convenience-Plus Buying Guide, Cut List and in-depth explanation with detailed layout instructions.

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It’s the time of year when the air turns crisp and the colors abound in nature to inspire ideas as the holiday spirit starts to come alive with creativity in woodshops everywhere.  When we think of Autumn, the aromatic flavors of fall fill the air with pumpkin pies, apple desserts, canning for the upcoming winter months, kids playing in leaf piles, bonfires and sawdust!  Fall festivals with homemade goods featuring crafts and hot apple cider begin to pop up in many communities.  Many types of woodworking projects can also be found, like these pumpkin creations by woodworker, turner and carver, Rex Kenyon.  We asked Rex to create two different style pumpkins, one for Halloween and one for Thanksgiving, and here is what he came up with.  You’ve got to take a serious close-up look at these pumpkins shown left to determine if they indeed are fruit or wood!  How did Rex make these come to life?  Let’s find out!

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