|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||2.8 x 3.5 x 9 inches|
|Item model number||E7020|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||16oz Elmers Carpenter Wood Glue|
Elmer's E7020 Carpenter's Wood Glue, 16 Ounces
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- Sets fast and bonds strong
- This glue is sandable and paintable
- Easy to clean up with water
- America's favorite wood glue
- This is an aftermarket of generic part
- 16 ounce bottle of Carpenter's Wood Glue
- Great for carpentry and home repairs
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New formula delivers superior bond strength. Perfect for interior wood repair and building projects. Sandable and paintable. Easy water clean up. Nontoxic. For more than 65 years, Elmer's Products, Inc. has been providing creative adhesive solutions that support success and turn ideas into reality.
From the Manufacturer
For decades, Elmer's has been making it easier to successfully complete projects exactly the way you want. Elmer's products have been a familiar sight in workshops and homes across the country for over 60 years. Elmer's Carpenter's Wood Glue is America's favorite wood glue. Contractors and homeowners alike use Carpenter's Wood Glue because it sets fast and bonds strong, even stronger than wood! Carpenter's Wood Glue is sandable and paintable, so you'll have the perfect finish every time. Easy to clean up with water. Comes in a variety of sizes. When it's time for a specific fix, Elmer's application-focused adhesives make it easy to find exactly the right Elmer's for the job!
Top Customer Reviews
Since I only have the one bottle, I'm not sure if it's something way better than the non-MAX version, but I definitely like how it's worked so far. :)
Cleanup is easy with a damp cloth. Also, when completely dry it can be finished with a bit of sandpaper. Water cleanup means that you can get it off your hands or clothes easily.
Elmer's glue is easy to work with. You apply it from the pop open top and it is the right thickness so that you can use a little or a lot as you need it. This cuts down on waste and keeps the glue from drying out in the container.
The only thing that you have to remember is that it takes about 24 hours to fully harden in most places. This is the major con.
Another con is you also have to do a good job of preparing the surfaces you will be gluing-- no oils, dirt, dust or old glue.
Because carpenter's glue is not fast-drying, you need to clamp or bind the items being glued in place for a while. If you are gluing cardboard or leather, you can put weights on the top. The good side of this is that you have some time to position the items and you can wipe off any excess glue without having to be in a big hurry.
Both my husband and I like this product very much and will likely buy it again. The new formula is resistant to the elements, mildew and molds. This makes it really great for a lot of household repairs, indoors and out (we are renovating our house)