How would you rank these glues in order of strength and suitability for wood on wood bonding?
Number one being the strongest and most suitable here at the glues: PVA. standard gorilla glue. araldite. loctite (heat gun glue) any standard wood glue. Unibond no more nails. Pearl glue. Balsa cement ? Thanks
- BarryLv 63 months ago
Araldite is the strongest but expensive. Ordinary wood glue is stronger than the wood itself. I use a waterproof PVA wood glue. See link.
- GLv 53 months ago
be sure to use high-quality for fine woodworking.
- princess pounderLv 73 months ago
Just regular wood glue or even white elmers is permanent and inseperable if the wood parts fit proper and are clamped while drying. a poor fit is a different story, then gap filling glues are better.