How To Choose The Best Glue For Wood Projects Woodworking
How to choose the best glue for wood projects woodworking is post about Woodworking 101 bookmarked by enrique with ID 14154018585 was uploaded on 17-01-2019 and has been viewed 145,617 times.
So I was in my shop about to do a glue-up on my desk project, and I thought to myself, what is the best glue for wood? So I did some digging, and I wanted to share what I learned here.Wood glue comes in several different types, some are more useful than others.
I found that 90% of my gluing needs are met by using standard PVA glue, also called Yellow glue.It's been around forever, doesn't cost much at all, and creates a bond that is stronger than the wood itself.
This makes Yellow glue by far the best glue for wood.However, there are circumstances which may require different glues, which I'll cover in detail for each type below.PVA Glue (Yellow Glue) - Best Glue For Wood So like I already mentioned, this is a standard wood glue.
Common PVA glues you'll see are Titebond and Elmers wood glue.You can find this at any hardware or your big Home stores.Hobby stores will also likely have PVA glues.The working time (or the time you have to get clamps on after starting a glue up) on yellow glue is around 10 minutes, so you don't have a lot of time...