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Glue for Wood

There are various kinds of glue for different materials, including ones for wood. This type of glue is specially formulated to secure wood pieces together. It is able to penetrate wood fibres, resulting in stronger bonds between the pieces.

It is important to ensure that you use the right glue for your woodworking projects to ensure that the pieces have properly adhered together.

  • Wessbond Wood Glue

    Original price $8.10 - Original price $8.10
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    Wessbond WOOD GLUE/ WHITE GLUE 500G WB-WG3205PVA woodworking glue, formulated for use on all kinds of wooden surfaces. The Wood Glue dries fast to ...

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  • AkzoNobel Polyurethane Glue - Suitable for Wood to Wood

    Original price $38.00 - Original price $38.00
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    AkzoNobel Polyurethane adhesives are used in load-bearing constructions and in other applications where there is demand for high water resistance.T...

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  • Wood Glue - Exterior

    Original price $5.40 - Original price $5.40
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    Wood Glue - Suitable for crafts, furniture building and others.  Excellent bonding strength after cured Water-resistant glue line after curing Abl...

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  • Wood Glue - Interior

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    Wood Glue - Suitable for crafts, furniture building and others.  Excellent bonding strength after cured Water-resistant glue line after curing Abl...

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Secure your projects with glue specially designed for wood

When choosing a suitable wood glue, it is important to look through the ingredient list. The main ingredient will affect its adhesive strength, resistance to water, viscosity, cure time and stain absorption.

If you’re new to woodworking, here is how each of the factors will affect your project:

  • Adhesive strength – Some glues are made to be stronger than others. For example, cyanoacrylate glue (also known as CA glue) is strong but brittle. This means that wood joints will break with a few taps from a hammer and is only good for creating temporary joints.
  • Resistance to water – Depending on where you want your final project to be placed, you will need to consider the glue’s resistance to water. Ingredients such as polyurethane is suitable for indoor and outdoor use due to its waterproof properties.
  • Viscosity – If you are planning to fix small cracks, choosing a product with high viscosity will allow it to flow through and fill up the gap easily.
  • Cure time – Some glues, like CA glue, dry almost instantaneously while others may take up to 24 hours to dry. If you are readjusting or realigning wood pieces, it is advisable to opt for one with a longer cure time.
  • Stain absorption – Some glues such as PVA do not absorb stains well. This means that the glue will show if you choose to stain the wood after piecing it together.

At Timber Actually, we carry various brands of wood glue including our house brand. Check it out now!