|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||3.15 x 3.15 x 9.45 inches|
|Item model number||5004|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Included Components||16 fl oz|
Titebond II Glue, 16 Ounces
|Item Volume||473 Milliliters|
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- Setting time 10-30 minutes, depending on temperature and moisture of wood.
- Allow 24 hours for full strength bond.
- Non-toxic, non-flammable
- Water clean-up.
- Its the first one-part glue to pass Type II water resistant testing.
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|volume||473.0 milliliters||-||-||-||943.0 milliliters||-|
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|Item Dimensions||3.15 x 3.15 x 9.45 inches||4.72 x 4.72 x 11.42 inches||10 x 7.5 x 9.75 inches||1.51 x 3.09 x 7.25 inches||4.49 x 4.49 x 10.87 inches|
Water resistant and needs no mixing! It's the first one-part glue to pass Type II water resistant testing. Use it for all your projects that may be exposed to moisture - signs, furniture, toys, marine and more. Not for use under water. Freeze/thaw stable, paintable, solvent free and non-toxic.
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Of course, this works for inside applications. It also handles the job just as well when used in outside applications. I've had no problems as yet.
On thing I use this glue on is when pruning branches a few inches in diameter, I cut the branch so the cut portion is facing upwards; as we are supposed to do. This allows the sap to settle on the cut portion. But, before that happens, with the glue in hand, I cover the wound with the glue to stave off any possible negatives the tree may suffer.
Good stuff. Give it a try.
So this seems a bit unorthodox, but it seems to be highly popular in the Interwebs, so bear with me. I use Titebond-2 for cleaning my 33 1/3 RPM vinyl records. I have cleaned my 45s as well, and it is rather brilliant at eliminating a lot of crud stuck on old records. This is a must for my thrift store finds, and some albums just sound better after getting the Titebond-2 treatment. It's like a Bioré strip for my records. A note of caution, I heard wood glue doesn't fair well with acetate records, so if you're looking to clean your old 78s, you might need to look elsewhere. As always, I believe anything you read on the Internet is to be taken with a grain of salt. It simply worked for me, so I wanted to write about it here.
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I’ve recently tried EvoStick Resin W (desperation), Gorilla Glue (found it), Egger (foaming adhesive for flooring) and this one and it’s without doubt the most resilient. The titebond II works just as well outdoors as the III and it seems a little stronger.
The 1l bottle has a decent applicator head but for me I decant into a smaller bottle that I’ve cut the lid opening to suit the amount I need dispensed. This is pretty viscous and needs some encouragement to dispense. This is the best bottle size to buy as larger bottles can seperate and leave an odd tide mark around the level of glue.
This glue definitely works best when you clamp your workpieces nice and tightly together letting it ooze out between surfaces. Makes for a much stronger joint. I’ve used this glue in a syringe to get into a crack in some timber and then clamped overnight with great results.
If you check online there are a few video reviews of this glue and they all seem pretty positive. If you’re reading this then click buy!
Its also really competitively priced on amazon too, compared to other woodworking supplies websites.
But its also more viscose than other wood glues and tends to run, its not the worlds easiest to clean and on oak it needed sanded quite a bit which was a pain.
But it does the job of sticking wood together with high strength.
Oak boards jointed and glued form a wide table top you can hardly tell its several boards as the joibts are so tight and well bonded.
My advice though is get a glue roller (or rubber ink roller) to get it as thin as possible on any jointed surfaces.
Any squeeze-out can be either wiped off before it dries, or easily sanded off afterwards.
In termini tecnici dovete considerare alcune cose, la numerazione presente ha un senso: Titebond I (etichetta rossa - uso interno), ha un "clamp time" di circa 4 minuti, come anche il tipo II (etichetta blu - uso in presenza di umidità / esterno). Quindi dovete avete bene in mente il processo di incollaggio e le tempistiche di lavorazione. Hanno una viscosità molto simile, il residuo secco risulta sempre giallastro e difficilmente rimovibile. Pertanto tenete sempre straccio e acqua per rimuovere e pulire bene le eventuali colature.
La Titebond III (etichetta verde), viene data come uso esterno e per incollaggi in immersione (? ... non ho potuto verificare), risulta molto fluida, di colore ocra e con un tempo di serraggio intorno alla mezz'ora. Permette quindi di lavorare un pochettino più "tranquilli". Il residuo secco ha un colore marroncino, più scuro, su alcune essenze poco visibile. Ma idem come sopra, pulite bene ;)