07 Jan. 1995|
What is best wood glue,woodshop tool cabinets,wood magazine 207 download - Review
Gorilla glue is a ridiculously strong glue and it sticks to foam, metal, glass, ceramics, stone, wood - almost anything!. During finish carpentry work when gluing mitres on things like skirting boards, architrave mitres, kitchen cornices, crown moulding etc the best wood glue you can use is a miter adhesive. This glue has two parts, the first you spread on one mitre and then the activator sprays onto the second.
These are made of the same material as the glue brush, so the glue will peel or wash off easily. In test after test, Titebond glue has been found to be the best glue for joining wood to wood on the market.
The long nail gun pins hold the boards in place until the wood glue goes off, and you can also use it to fill along the top edge of the skirting like decorators caulk..
Below are a few common areas that come up during carpentry work where you will need glue and which type I use for the job. Waterproof PVA glue is also available for external carpentry jobs like decking balustrades and fascia mitres. The brush made it very easy to get an even layer of glue across the various wood pieces, as good or better than using the finger that has been working since I was a kid (over forty years of use from the index finger, I will let you know if the brush lasts as long). The best part of the brush is that I don't have to keep wiping and washing glue off my finger.
The brush is easy to clean, the dried glue just breaks off of the flat side of the brush, and crumbles out of the brush side. There is some residual glue left inside the brush side that does not seem to adversely affect the use.