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Choosing Wood Glue

After including blog entries on the newest Titebond quick-set glue and also how to choose the right glue for veneer over the past couple of weeks, we’ve had a number of emails from readers who ask about the right glues to choose for various other woodworking tasks. WoodEzine ran a piece on this a couple of years ago, discussing everything from yellow to hide glue and epoxy. Click here to read it. Since it ran, Titebond III has become the glue of choice for outdoor projects in our woodshop, where we build a lot of architectural elements for Victorian renovations. Those include plinth blocks, finials, posts, spindles and other decorative pieces.