What do you use wood glue for?
You use wood glue for sticking pieces of wood together.
You use different kinds of glue to glue metal and wood most effectively. However you can glue metal TO wood with epoxies.
Wood glue ANS 2 - I would use yellow carpenter's glue
Yes, you can glue wood with white or yellow glue.
I use Tite Bond ll yellow glue on wood.
you have to use the strongest glue like the plan glue
Use wood glue for wood to wood, to glue a cabinet back together you need to remove the old glue so that you have a clean wood to wood contact if this can't be done you can use epoxy glue, go to your local hardware store ask for help and tell them what you are working on and they will help on the type of glue you need.
regular glue is good for paper and wood glue is good for wood. if your using it for something more related to wood then use that one. if your using it for something more related to regular the use that.
YES! In essence wood glue is a denser version of paper glue.....
Yes, I believe so. You can use wood glue on foam.
Yes, you can glue wood to linoleum. Use PL200.
Just use standard wood glue or PVA
if material is wood-then wood glue
use wood glue
either super glue or epoxy you could also use a hot glue gun and it should stick to the wood for sure. but use super glue ok thanks for being dum
if it is a plastic model kit you can use super glue, but not wood glue.
Both glue and nails can hold wood. -Nails can often split wood but glue can't. Glue is better to use if you clamp it for 3-4 hours.
White glue will work.
with lots of glue and some nails sometime a glue gun is used others wood use certain types of wood glue
Good ol' yellow wood glue.
It's an average strength white wood glue. -If you want really good wood joints use TiteBond lll.
Carpenter's Yellow glue, an improvement of white glue, is the best for wood to wood . I use Titebond ll and it's extremely good.
The best glue for balsa wood is contact adhesive. ANS 2 -the best glue for balsa wood is yellow carpenter's glue. Use pressure (a clamp) to hold it together at least 4 hours.
we use COPYDEX
Use a hot glue gun.
PVA (polyvinyl acetate) is a good glue for wood and paper.
Epoxy Resin is probably the strongest.
If you are smart you do NOT use nails. -You glue the joint and clamp it till the glue cures.
Super glue does not stick well to wood. It's more suited to smooth, shiny surfaces.
Of those, Gorilla wood glue would be my choice.
Use babol gam
No. it won't stick.
use wood and nails and wood glue to hold it together and a saw
I use TiteBond 2 for balsa wood.
I would use gorilla glue, that stuff will glue just about anything together. Make sure to use only a little bit, it expands and "foams" when drying.
White glue or yellow carpenters glue will both work.
No, try an apoxy, super glue, or zap a gap. N
I would use one of the silicone glues like Plumbers Goop or 100% Silicone for this.
If the glue was a good glue then you will damage the wood before the glue lets go. Glue goes into the pores of the wood and holds tight. Usually to separate the two pieces you would need to saw them apart. This would give you a smoother separation.
Maybe if the wood ever had polish or varnish on it, use a solvent - If raw wood, no way.
White or yellow wood glues are best for balsa wood. Use very small quantities.
Pva wood glue
Possibly if the wood has a very smooth surface
== == "Gorilla Glue" is the brand name of an amber colored glue designed for use with wood. Its curing is enchanced by humidity or moisture.
This is a complex situation. If you are dealing with a water based bone-meal wood glue, like Elmers you use moisture and heat. Ex: A damp cloth and an iron, or steam for a kettle or teapot. But if you are dealing with an epoxy based wood glue you can not dissolve it. The joints of the wood stick and then they will explode, the wood cracks and breaks. Then you are out of luck… Read More
yes ANS 2 - If you mean wood boards, that's a definite NO. PVA (white or yellow glue) will adhere to wood better.
Silicone is best for this.
I only use white glue for paper or lightweight wood 'fixes'. - Heavier wood repairs need yellow carpenter's glue and possibly 'biscuit' joints. - Metals and plastics of any kind are NOT at all suitable for white glue.
I use TiteBond wood glue . It works very well for that.
regular Elmer's glue or contact cement usually the spray type
Epoxy is probably the only thing that would stick that combination.