Which Wood Glue To Get?
Not all wood glue products are the same. LePage has a few for consideration.
If working on cabinets and furniture, Pro Carpenter’s Glue is the best choice. This PVA wood adhesive has a bonding strength of two tonnes. It also has high wet tack for less slippage while clamping. Since it is for cabinetry use, it can be sanded and painted.
Polyurethane Wood Glue is 100% waterproof and bonds wood virtually to anything: glass, metal, foam, ceramic, stone, and more. This makes it the ideal wood glue for most interior and exterior projects. Clamping time is 1 to 2 hours while curing time is 24 hours.
Want something that dries fast? Get the Express Quick Dry Wood Glue. It dries in just 10 minutes for general carpentry, cabinetry, and furniture repair. This glue is highly resistant to humidity so it can be used in bathrooms and kitchens. It also bonds on cork, cardboard, and leather.
Need glue that does not require clamping? Get the No More Clamp Wood Glue. It is perfect for fixing or affixing delicate trimming and surfaces. It is also repositionable for up to 10 minutes and easily bonds to most plastics, concrete, ceramic, and stone.
Multi-Purpose White Glue is perfect for hobbyists and DIY enthusiasts. It is paintable and sandable to match any wood finish while not staining the surface It can easily be cleaned up with soap and water while still in the curing process.
The Outdoor Weatherproof Glue has a high-strength bond while being resistant to water and moisture. It dries translucent to brown and easily matches most wood finishes. If building or fixing birdhouses, mailboxes, and patio furniture this is the wood glue for it.