|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||2.41 x 2.41 x 8.94 inches|
|Item model number||4134|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Titebond 4134 Extend Wood Glue Bottle, 16 oz.
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|Item Dimensions||2.41 x 2.41 x 8.94 inches||4.49 x 4.49 x 10.87 inches||3.15 x 3.15 x 9.45 inches||6.05 x 6 x 11.6 inches||4.49 x 2.24 x 7.48 inches|
Titebond II Extend Wood Glue combines weatherproof performance (ANSI Type II water-resistance) with a slower speed of set. It is ideal for exterior applications that involve more complex assemblies. It also provides a translucent glue line, offers excellent sandability and is unaffected by finishes.
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The glue is supposed to have an extended set time. It does set a little slower, but not much. I live in Northern Nevada where the weather can be hot and dry. Very dry. The normal Titebond glue sets so quickly it is difficult to get some woodworking projects together, so I bought this to see if the extended set time would help. It does help, but the so called extended time in my environment (a hot dry garage) is not all that long. My estimate is the time may increase by 25 percent. So if you had 5 minutes before you would now have about 7 to 8.
I cannot tell you how time flies when one is putting a project together with various joints that have to be glued simultaneously. Even with pre-fitting and extra hands on call it is hard to get the projects together without a glue drying problem. This Titebond extended set will help, but not necessarily solve, the problem. And, I think Titebond III will be my choice for outside projects (or Gorilla Glue or Epoxy). Nonetheless, some additional drying time is better than none on my inside woodworking undertakings.
Top reviews from other countries
It's a lot runnier than normal TiteBond II, so not something I'd use all the time. I also didn't find the open-time to be significantly longer, Maybe a little, but not much.