Titebond Original Wood Glue

Titebond Original Wood Glue

Titebond Original Wood Glue Titebond Original Wood Glue, 4-oz. bottle

4-oz. bottle

Item # 0622
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Titebond Original Wood Glue, 16-oz. bottle

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Titebond Original Wood Glue

About This Item

The luthier's favorite aliphatic resin glue, for joints that are stronger than the wood.

Water soluble, it cures overnight, sands easily, and resists thermoplastic "creep" better than ordinary white glues.

Shelf life is 12-24 months if stored in a cool, dry location. If the glue becomes thick and stringy in the bottle, this signifies that the glue is no longer usable.



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Video

Trade Secrets!

Trade Secrets!

Using three different glues: where and why?

Titebond or hide glue? Hot glue or bottled? Dan Erlewine uses three glues for this repair, and each has different properties. He explains why one glue can't cover all the bases. And he's created some pretty interesting cauls for clamping this job together while it dries!

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5.0

It’s glue

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It’s sticky and dries non sticky. It’s glue:) works well. No issues. If you want crayons look elsewhere, because this is glue.

5.0

glue

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Its glue!

5.0

I liked the smaller size of bottle

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As a hobbyist luthier, I don’t build a lot. So a smaller bottle is just enough for me for one guitar. I will not bother about shelf life. A New guitar = a New bottle.

5.0

Amazing stuff

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I broke my guitar neck completely in two pieces. I glued and clamped as directed and with a little sanding and refinishing; viola good as new!

5.0

Titebond

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Incredible strength

5.0

Use it for everything.

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Been using Titebond for years. Usually #2 but I got to thinking; Not too many of my guitars are going underwater so lets try #1. I know it is just as good as 2 so lets make any future repairs a little easier.

4.0

Basic wood glue

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I used this on my replacement fret board and it worked great. I tried it on my Tusg replacement nut and it didn't hold at all. I used super glue and that has held so far. This is great for joing two woods together, but I would be hesitant to use it on nuts, saddles, or fret wire. Super glue works best on those items.

4.0

Strong and reliable

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I am a pro luthier from Napoli - Italy and I have used this glue for long time.
It is a great overall glue. Strong and reliable.
Good for highly stressed joints like bridges, braces etc, even if hide glue has a little edge soundwise.
Disassembles easily with heat and isopropyl alcool

5.0

nice

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i glued a broken guitar neck, i did'nt think it would hold, but it worked out great,,,,, thanks

5.0

Great all purpose modern glue

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You can use this glue for every glueing job on an instrument (and jigs etc) or a select few- but you always need a bottle.

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