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    wood glues

    Hey I was wondering if any of you boxbuilders out there have tried some new glues that just out. Gorilla glue came out with a wood glue and titebond made a superglue called titebond instant bond. I guess the instant bond is specially meant for MDF/porous woods



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    Re: wood glues

    just use the cheapest wood glue at walmart, still holds like a mofo




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    Re: wood glues

    I just use glue sticks. Work fine for me.



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    Re: wood glues

    instant bond is good i used it when i tried to build a box lol




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    Re: wood glues

    fo srs?




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    Re: wood glues

    I'm not sure i seen any of these at lowes/homedepot



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    Re: wood glues

    PVA is stil the best!TBII FTMFW yo.




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    Re: wood glues

    gorilla wood glue is PVA



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    Re: wood glues

    i use tb3 so when i kerf my ports the glue still holds



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    Re: wood glues

    titebond 3,its the best...




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    titebond 3,its the best...
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    Re: wood glues

    titebond 2 or 3 are the best IMO



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    Re: wood glues

    Alright stop spamming my thread about titebond 2 & 3 the question was how people liked titebond instand bond and gorilla wood glue



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    Re: wood glues

    why would you get those if they aren't as good as the previous listed products?

    Im sure the titebond insta whatever is good and compared to the Gorilla glue junk Im sure it beats it hands down.



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    Re: wood glues

    And to answer your question more thoroughly, I've used the instant bond titebond and I prefer tb3 over it. Also I've used the Gorilla glue and it *****



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