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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

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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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

Excellent

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This glue is amazing

5.0

Permanent!!

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Best wood glue I've ever used.

5.0

The One

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The Must have for any durable assembly.

5.0

The right stuff

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I use Franklin almost everyday on repairs in my shop and what a pleasure it is! I previously used other local adhesives for structual repairs on instruments in the past but they were hard to work with, smelly and overall fairly untrustworthy in the long run. There is no wood glue on the South African market that comes remotely close to Franklin! Even outside of instrument building and repair, this glue would be a favorite in all industries!

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Excellent

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I like it ;)

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Pricey?!

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great stuff

5.0

Franklin Titebond Glue

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I found this glue excellent to use. I wouldn't recommend cleaning up the excess glue straight away. I noticed the glue shrinks when it dries (which is good and helps give it strength). This means often I found the excess glue was being drawn back into the join as it was drying. This is why I think it is not good to wipe up the excess glue too early. Normally after I had the glue dry for 6-8 hours (and sometimes overnight), I found that rubbing with a damp cloth for a few minutes removed the already dry excess glue. Best glue I have worked with so far.

5.0

Sir Franklin

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There is no substitute.

5.0

Perfect

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if its good enough for the big boys its good enough for me and after you have used it you'll understand why. cleans up nicely firm enough to tack into place then clamp. perfect results

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Franklin Titebond

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Love this glue - sets up just right. Enough time to move things around. Grabs tite and easy clean up after (scrape or with water).

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