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Dennis Leahy
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Re: Titebond

Post by Dennis Leahy » Mon Jun 19, 2017 12:02 pm

I have mentioned this before here, but if you get the chance, see if you can find "Elmer's Carpenter's Glue" and try it out. It does everything that Titebond I does, and does it better - and it dries harder.
Another damn Yank!

blackalex1952
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Re: Titebond

Post by blackalex1952 » Tue Jun 20, 2017 5:56 pm

Gibson use Titebond 50 which is a faster setting version of Titebond original. Has any body used it? Also, I have only seen it available in Australia in large quantities, the smallest being a 19 litre pail. Has anyone purchased it in smaller quantities?
Here is the link to the Aussie distributor. Data sheets available and also the current list of distributors.
http://www.titebond.com.au/products/index.htm
-Ross
"Everything I say on the topic is based solely upon inexperience and assumption!"

routout
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Re: Titebond

Post by routout » Tue Jun 20, 2017 6:13 pm

Looks the part for thin tops and backs ,we should grab a tub and decant it 250ml would be a good size. :D
John ,of way too many things to do.

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