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    Question about gorilla glue

    I've been told that gorilla glue expands and that screws should be used to keep the wood from moving, will the expanding glue make such a difference even if I have 90 degree clamps and a big clamp giving it pressure? Building my new box right now and just need some help.



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    Re: Question about gorilla glue

    Just go buy some Titebond and use that instead. Gorilla glue is a pain in the *** to use and is very messy.



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    Re: Question about gorilla glue

    Son of a *****... lol alright well I guess I'm out to home depot again then.



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    Re: Question about gorilla glue

    This thread is why the box building intro thread needs to be stickied.




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