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White glue (polyvinyl acetate) is a strong wood glue, properly used. Yellow glue (aliphatic adhesive), is considered by most woodworkers to be somewhat stronger, others say they are equally strong when properly applied and clamped. Except for some special formulations of aliphatic, however, neither is waterproof.

Polyurethane glues are also very strong. Gorilla Glue, PL Premium, Titebond Polyurethane and DAP Polyurethane are all examples of these glues. They all have different qualities from eachother but generally tend to be stronger than traditional wood glues.
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Why is glue white?

Glue is white because the sticky stuff in it made it turn white, even though some glue is purple.

How do you glue wood to metal?

In order to bond a porous surface (wood) to a non-porous surface (metal) you will need an epoxy. Often an epoxy comes in 2 parts, the resin and the hardener, when mixed together they form the bond. Be careful though, once the bond is set you won't be able to get them apart. (Try J-B Weld.)\n. \nhtt (MORE)

How do you remove dried glue from wood?

Goof Off will dissolve it, and then you can scrape it off. You can buy a small can of it for less than $5 at a hardware store or homecenter. It's very handy stuff to have around the house. It removes glue, paint, ink, and so on.

Wood glue Ingredients?

There are many different kinds of 'wood glue'. If you mean white or yellow glue, then it's PVA (polyvinyl acetate)

How do you remove super glue of wood?

Please go to this site for more important information: . Because Super Glue is so strong and bonds so fast, some people may find that they have accidentally glued two fingers together, or found that that small piece of balsa wood or plastic from a model they were building has completely bonded to (MORE)

Which is better wood glue or super glue?

Depends on the material, Wood glue is better for Wood, But Super Glue is better! ANS 2 - Each product has it's own 'best' glue. -No single glue is best for everything.

How do you get glue out of wood grain?

It depends where the area that you are wanting to get at, is but a scraper is usually the most common way. A scraper is a piece of hardened steel, usually about half the size of a standard letter envelope and the edges have been filed in a way so that there is a bur on the edge that can be used to s (MORE)

Glue quartz to wood?

Use a two-part epoxy glue. This product has two tubes in the package and you mix them together. It's very strong and dries clear. Get it at the hardware store or a craft store.

Which is stronger a glue stick or a liquid glue?

I would personally say that stick glue does not hold up very well. But on the other hand a glue stick works well for glueing peices of paper together. But if are glueing bigger things like plastic to something i would use liquid glue! Hope this helps, WikiWooWho Loctite 401 is the strongest genaral (MORE)

What is The difference of super glue and wood glue?

Super Glue is made from a chemical called 'cyanoacrylate' and is mainly used in joining smooth, hard surfaces. Wood glue is usually a PVA (polyvinyl acetate ) which soaks into porous materials, wood, leather, card, etc, and dries out joining the material.

What is the strongest wood glue?

According to a test done by Fine Woodworking magazine, regular PVA and Type 1 PVA came out ahead amongst the six types tested. Refer to the "Related Links" below the advertisements for more details on their testing. ANS 2 - AS both of the Related Links are apparently defunct, I will add my answer (MORE)

What is in wood glue?

A chemical called Polyvinyl acetate is in most wood glues. -There are some others, but unless you're a professional woodworker you'll never see them.

Is super glue or wood glue stronger?

It depends on the material that you try to glue together. You got to keep in mind that there's a lot of different glues and they have their own properties. So everytime you try to fix two materials together you need to make sure you use the right adhesive product. If you ask whats better betwe (MORE)

What glue will glue wood and marble?

silicon caulk will glue wood and marble. clamp it, give it plenty of time to dry, and assuming its not some structural joint, it should last for ever.

Can super glue be used on wood?

Depends on the make, usually yes, but read the instructions. Barrie ANS 2 - Super glue will NOT be as effective as Yellow glue on wood.

Is lepage white glue a PVC glue?

No, all white glues are PVA glues. Different chemical construction and properties. ( they dissolve and adhere to different substances)

Wood glue for plastic?

It there isn't much stress between the plastic and the wood, you should be able to use wood glue to join them. However, if the plastic is extremely smooth, I doubt it will have a strong hold. I tried to use wood glue to attach plastic sheet to wood last night, and so far it is holding. But if I inde (MORE)

How strong is wood glue?

It depends on what you are using it for. wood glue itself is a very strong adhesive that, when used correctly can bond two seperate pieces of wood together and hold extremly well. just glue and let it dry for a while until it turns hard. then your ready to go!

How do you super glue wood together?

by putting the glue on the wood and have both woods make contact ANS 2 - Super glue is far from effective on wood. Much better to glue any wood with a PVA type, white glue, yellow glue etc.

Does balsa wood have glue in it?

No, balsa wood is simply a very light, but strong wood, much used in models for it's strength relative to weight. You should glue it with TiteBond ll.

How does glue bond wood together?

The glue soaks into the wood fibres and then it's 'carrier' solvent starts to evaporate, this lets the adhesive dry out and a bond grows. It will often feel dry to the touch in a few minutes, but will continue to 'cure' for about 4-6 hours. For the best wood to wood joint, clamp your pieces for at l (MORE)

What is the glue for gluing plastic To Wood?

Many of the modern glues will glue plastics to wood. ( Don't try with school glue or white glue, they will appear to stick, but will come off the plastic quite easily when fully cured. ) The kind of glues that WILL do this well are any epoxy or a silicone based glue like 'Goop' or 'Seal All'. They (MORE)

What are the ingredients in wood glue?

Most common wood glues (White glue, Elmer's, yellow glue) contain PVA with a very small percentage of 'secret' ingredients. More modern Polyurethane wood glues are now coming on the market and they contain mostly polyurethanes.

What is stronger than PVA glue?

It depends on the glue and what it's used for. Many glues are stronger than PVA, but may not be suitable on wood as PVA is.

How can you loosen wood glue?

wood glue is tough stuff and will generally not come lose with out some sort of breakage unless it is very old. as far as trying to apply something to it to loosen it up the only thing I would suggest is determine what you are prepared to ruin,clean up or replace.

What make glue stronger?

Depends on which glue. In the case of most epoxy glues, heat will make the joint stronger, in silicon glues holding the joint under cold water will make it stronger.

What glue is best for vinyl to wood?

Not necessarily the best but I find the hot melt glue guns to be indispensable. I have stuck almost anything together with them and even carpet to the bottom of timber and aluminium chairs which has not come away.

What are the wood glues?

Most wood glues are based on Polyvinyl acetate,these are the white and yellow glues. Recent tests have proven that Titebond lll is the best commercially available wood glue.