You will need to use an outdoor glue as it is usuallt waterproof.
If it is a small crack in the wood, a good quality filler putty that matches the color will work fine. If the blocks have separated at the seam/joint, you have to remove the butcher block, glue it back together and clamp it until the glue cures, then put it back on the counter. Finish sanding is required with either method.
Silicone will do that.
Yes, it would be the same.
The "BEST" cutting boards have the end grain, in an up right position, select the thickness you want, (as an example,) I'll use 1"x4" [hard maple] boards, I think maple is the best for cutting boards, cut the boards 4" in length and cut many of them, stand them on the cut edge so the end grain is up, keep cutting the 4" long pieces until you have the width you want your cutting board to be, then start another row, repeat until you have the length you want. Now you have all the pieces its time for glue-up, each row has to be clamped individually when gluing, (TITEBOND III is my glue of choice, its food safe an water resistant) when all rows are glued up you then have to square/flatten, by saw or plane, once all rows are flat you can glue the rows together and clamp secure. Now flatten the top of your cutting board and finish with a food safe sealer, there are many out there, or seal with mineral oil. (be careful, some oils turn rancid, mineral oil won't). Now attach legs if desired. # 2 is the best way to make a cutting board, its also the longest lasting. (#1can cut wood fibers which will end up in the food) # http://www.essortment.com/hobbies/butcherblockcu_scdo.htm# http://www.diynetwork.com/diy/ww_tables/article/0,,DIY_14446_2399430,00.html
No you can't.
I would use yellow carpenters glue.
PL300 will work for that.
Was it Super glue.
get electric staples and hot glue it to your hand board
Elmer's glue or any other good white glue.
Put some glue on it
Particalboard. It's made from sawdust and glue.
You can fix it with glue
Have you ever seen anyone used glue stick for their eyebrows?,only dummy's do that. Used a tweaser/shaved or waxes off but don't use glue stick
Elmer's or any white glue.
I use yellow carpenter's glue for that.
In corrugator board making machine, the glue is applied to the paper via a glue machine. The glue machine consists of glue pot, glue roll and doctor roll. The glue roll and doctor roll runs together by mashing each other. Glue roll picks up glue from glue pot and doctor roll helps to create a required film on glue roll by increasing decreasing gap between glue and doctor roll.
After cutting the lace, you can apply it with tape or glue if the wig does not have clips/combs.
Use an emery board or nail polish remover
I would just use construction adhesive.
It will, but PL Premium is better
rubber cement, tacky glue, duct tape
No superglue is not conductive. I use superglue equivalent on circuit board modifications in manufacting facility for years. we glue mod wires on and aroingd traces and component leads. never a problem.ANS 2 Super glue and Crazy glue are definitely NOTconductive.
No, Elmer's white glue is for gluing two porous materials. It will not work on many things such as modelling clay.