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- Subject: RE: wood glue
- From: Bill Cain <bcainse(--nospam--at)live.com>
- Date: Wed, 7 Jan 2009 09:59:10 -0800
Just curious, Mark, but which one will you use?|
Bill Cain, SE
Date: Wed, 7 Jan 2009 08:57:19 -0800
Subject: RE: wood glue
Thanks to all who responded on the glue post. All responses were helpful and appreciated.
From: Michelle Motchos
I'm a Bondo fan, myself. The smell brings back childhood memories of working with my Dad. They have a formulation specifically for wood that's available at Lowes but I don't know if it just the same old product repackaged.
Stevens & Wilkinson
I see contractors using PL to glue nail/screw framing together
I used Gorilla Glue to repair a 25+ year old rotted out swinging gate about two years ago. The thing sounds like a solid block of wood when it slams now. Polyurethane might be better if the beam is exposed to water.
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