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  • Two New Glues From Titebond

    by American Woodworker Editors     Thursday, August 18, 2011
    Two New Glues From Titebond Franklin International is giving woodworkers and carpenters a thick – and quick – solution for bonding wood in vertical applications with its new Titebond No-Run, No-Drip Wood Glue. Titebond No-Run, No-Drip Wood...
  • Tool News - Elmer's Glue-All Max

    by American Woodworker Editors     Thursday, January 27, 2011
    Elmer's just announced Glue-All Max, a new addition to their line of woodworking glues. Glue-All Max is a polyurethane glue that's useful for green lumber and outdoor projects. The addition of Glue-All Max extends the multipurpose traits of Glue...
  • Well-Equipped Shop - Gorilla Epoxy and Super Glue

    by American Woodworker Editors     Monday, July 19, 2010
    New formulas provide strong, flexible bond These offerings from Gorilla Glue bring a couple very useful bonding agents to woodworkers. They aren’t intended to replace wood glues in the shop, but having an epoxy and a superglue (cyanoacrylate/CA...
  • Don't Use Smelly Glue

    by Tim Johnson     Monday, February 23, 2009
    Buying glue by the gallon costs less, but it may not be a good investment if you use glue infrequently. After a while, leftover glue can develop a bad smell. According to the folks at Franklin Adhesives, your best bet is to toss the old stuff and buy...
  • Quick-Drying Gorilla Glue

    by AW-Editor     Sunday, May 11, 2008
    If you need a super-strong waterproof glue that will cure in 30 to 60 minutes, here you go. Gorilla Glue's new Quick Cure Formula will speed along your project by setting up much faster than the original Gorilla Glue formula, while still allowing...
  • Glow-in-the-Dark Glue

    by AW-Editor     Sunday, May 11, 2008
    The wrong time to discover glue spots is when you're staining. But dried glue is so hard to see on unfinished wood, it's easy to miss until its too late. The folks at Titebond have come up with a nifty solution: Fluorescent glue. It glows under...