|07-16-2010, 07:24 AM||#21|
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Re: Carpenters Glue Vs. Epoxy
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"white glue" - well, I have already stated not all white wood glues are equal either, and today you can purchase ones which are water proof (not resistant, proof)
Polyurethane glues like "Gorrilla" are good for many applications, however are quite different and need to be used differently. I find many people overuse glue in general (which is why some complain about the weight of epoxy, or the mess and damage water based glues can do if overused) Polyurethane adhesives need to be used sparingly, and it takes practice to know how much glue to use, on what materials and what kind of joint.
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