Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 22
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Mudpuppy The best wood glue
I build birdhouses and this is the only wood glue I will buy. Adheres great, dries clear, easy cleanup. Better than Elmer's!!
February 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Isayeah Gets the job done
Works like a charm. I used it for building it for my patio table and I have no complaints.
June 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by thesimonfamily Very strong bond glue
Not being a craftsman, I still am responsible for a lot of minor maintenance and I found this glue great. the only advice I can give is to wipe off the glue from the seam prior to it getting hard, otherwise, a raised seam will show.
August 8, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by newera1959 Excellent strength, working time
I have worked with many different kinds of glues, this one is by far one of the best. I build cabinets / doors and can depend on this stuff not to let go or have moisture break down the glue and have door stiles start coming apart.
January 17, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Konagrown Don't waste your money
For one thing, this glue is more expensive than elmers and doesn't nearly have the strength as elmers does. I build
Ukuleles and strength is what I need to produce a quality product. This glue waste many hours because the lack of strength causes me to have to resand and réclamp during assembly. Do your self a favor and stick with elmers.
June 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MartinezDIY This Stuff is STRONG Glue!
I'm a beginner, just getting back in to wood working. I've never had much respect for wood glues in the old days (decades ago), but this stuff is killer.
During a recent project, I took some scrap pieces of wood that were mitered, and glued them together. No clamps, just glued and held them together a minute or so, and tossed it aside.
After a day or so, I tried to break the bond by hand - NO WAY! Every time someone comes by to discuss my renovation/projects, I toss them this piece, and ask them to try & break it apart with their hands. Needless to say, it is still in one piece.
I now use it on every joint on each project. It really works well.
Totally impressed, FWIW...
August 17, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by MaximusManimal Not what I was looking for
I bought this instead of my usual Elmers for a large subwoofer box build (because, you know, why not). First thing I noticed is how thin it is compared to Elmers. It does not stay put, yet despite how thin it is somehow it has trouble with penetration. I haven't compared the breaking strength compared to Elmers, but I was not impressed with this glue. What's worse, it was more expensive. I still had glue slowly dripping out of large lamination joints over an hour after application. Typically I'm used to applying as I go so that by the time the box is fully assembled it can be finish trimmed and tested right away. As it was, I had to let the thing sit overnight to continue.
If you need something very thin that will run everywhere and takes forever to setup, this is your ticket. If you're comfortable with moderate working times (say 2-3 minutes), want the glue to stay where you put it and has proven itself for decades, bypass the ape and look for the cow.
January 19, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by OneArmedWoodworker Great bond, open time, clean up, Great GLUE!
I have used all brands of wood glue in contructing furniture. I work slower than most as I no longer have a dominent arm to use. The way the glue works gives me enough time to glue up multiple tabletop planks with biscuits and and a bead of glue between the boards without it setting up. It's clamping time is short so you can move on to other tasks and when you come back thirty minutes later you havve use of your clamps again. I have used this wood glue for several years now and have yet to experience the glue letting go after it has set up. Clean up of glue squeeze is easy, just wipe it off with a damp cloth thoroughly and you can see no visible signs of the glue when applying stain. Gorilla white glue is my woodglue of choice when I need a strong bond between two pieces of wood.
October 9, 2012