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Titebond III Ultimate Wood Glue

Titebond III Ultimate Wood Glue

Titebond III Ultimate Wood Glue Titebond III Ultimate Wood Glue, 4-oz. bottle

4-oz. bottle

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Titebond III Ultimate Wood Glue

About This Item

The most advanced wood glue available.
Titebond III provides superior strength, a longer open time, and compatibility with all finishes.

Peghead repairs and bridge reglues demand a strong bond.
We've tested lots of glues in our shops. For the strongest bond, our go-to glue for repairs and new builds is Titebond III.

  • 10 minute open time—5 minutes longer than traditional Titebond
  • Superior strength—breaks at 4,000 psi
  • Waterproof—great for laminating wooden bindings before bending
  • Dries hard and sands easily without clogging up
  • Safe for all finishes and resists solvents
  • Cleans up with water and releases with heat


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5.0

Fantastic Glue!

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I just bought a Guild Jumbo Jr Guitar with a cracked bridge. I bought the guitar right at $250 brand new. The crack in the bridge went all the way across the peg holes, but did not go all the way through the bridge wood. The crack did not seem to effect the glue job against the body. I bought a syringe set, some of this glue, and filled the crack with this glue. got the glue to settle down in the crack and dry and filled it all the way up again to the top of the crack. I sanded the bridge top lightly and now you cannot even tell there was ever a crack there. The bridge is nice and tight against the body and no more crack. Fantastic glue and makes solid repairs.
Kevin Bradford, Wichita, KS

5.0

Best Wood glue

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I'm really not sure if there is a better wood glue ever made.

5.0

Titebond III

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Verified Buyer


Used it to reattach a sprung spruce top. Worked it in with a brush and clamped it in place. Solid as a rock.

1.0

Great glue for construction, but not for anything nice.

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I ruined two guitar necks trying this out. It will not make a joint that you cannot feel. It leaves a rubbery edge that you cannot sand away. I believe this is intended as construction purposes but is unsuitable for fine furniture or any joints that have a visible surface. I recommend Titebond Original

5.0

Best for fingerboards

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Glue of choice for all kinds of oily wood fingerboards.
Though it doesn’t dry as hard as others but yet it can be scraped easily. A real superior strength.

2.0

Rubbery

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Verified Buyer


I tried this based on Stewmac's glowing endorsement. Nonetheless, while this glue may have slightly superior strength over Titebond Original, it is quite rubbery when dry and subject to the dreaded 'creep' factor. I tried it on a couple of repair jobs and there was noticeable creep. I'll be returning to Original from now on. I've seen many comments on various luthierie forums where this glue is not considered acceptable for instruments, I'm afraid I have to agree.

5.0

Stewmac delivers the right tools

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I was fixing quite expensive Warmoth neck with incorrectly drilled holes (there are luthiers, and wanna-be-dreamers).
I bought Spider-Bridge Saddle Blank from Stewmac to cut some maple pins, and then used the Titebond III to glue them in place. That glue gives very good, clean and strong joins.
Fixed also broken chair (because why not?).

Definitely recommend!

5.0

Great glue

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I use Titebond 3 to laminate my sides as it is a bit stronger then TB 1 & 2 and is healthier then using epoxy. Good stuff.

5.0

Great product!!! Thanks!!!

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Verified Buyer


im glad

5.0

Excellent repair glue

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I bought this to repair a Dean ml guitar i bought that had a broke off peghead.glued it,clamped it let it sit untouched for 2 days.still holds.

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