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Titebond II 16 oz. Premium Wood Glue
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Titebond

II 16 oz. Premium Wood Glue

$5.47 /each

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Product Overview

Great for handling outdoor woodworking projects, the Titebond II 16 fl. oz. Premium Wood Glue offers ANSI-Type II water-resistance and is FDA approved for indirect food contact, and is also ideal for radio frequency gluing systems. The glue is ideal for fixing outdoor furniture, mailboxes, birdhouses, planters and more with its strong initial tack, fast set time and superior strength.

  • Weatherproof one-part wood glue ideal for exterior projects
  • Easy clean up with water
  • Sets in 60 minutes and cures in 24 hrs
  • Great for use with outdoor furniture, mailboxes, bird houses and more
  • Meets ANSI Type-II water-resistance standards
  • FDA approved for indirect food contact
  • Conforms to ASTM D-4236
  • Ideal for radio frequency (R-F) and hot press gluing systems
  • Unaffected by finishes
  • Excellent sandability
  • UV-resistant wood glue

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Customer Questions & Answers

Is this the right adhesive to fix a large section of de-laminated melamine?

Asked by: georgia
This would be an excellent glue for your project. After applying though use a heavy roller or object to squeeze any excess glue out or the melamine with show a hump.
Answered by: Rick
Date published: 2016-08-29

Can you stain it?

Asked by: Nick
If you are using stain on new wood with glue exposed then no. You can over-coat it but it will show against a wood grain. Suggest you wipe excess after using then sand any residual after drying before staining.
Answered by: Rick
Date published: 2016-08-29

Is this glue paintable

Asked by: viki
Yes it is OK to paint over
Answered by: Rick
Date published: 2016-08-29

Will stained wood affect bonding together?

Asked by: Sostratos
It shouldn't as long as it doesn't have a sealer on it. Would lightly sand the surface which I do even with fresh wood before I do any bonding with glue , epoxy etc.
Answered by: Rick
Date published: 2016-09-22
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Customer Reviews

II 16 oz. Premium Wood Glue is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 19.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I was telling an employee at the hardware store that I was building an office desk. He looked in ... I was telling an employee at the hardware store that I was building an office desk. He looked in my cart and saw I had a bottle of Gorilla glue. He told me to put that back and get some tightbond II. I told him that I had seen commercials on the Gorilla glue, it has to be legit. I can tell he got kind of agitated being an experienced woodworker but he calmly told me that he once demonstrated to a small group by gluing a couple of 2 x 4's together using tightbond II. He then let each of the onlookers try to pull the two boards apart. The bond made the even the brawniest guy of the group look silly. Needless to say I swapped my Gorilla for a bottle of tightbond II and I couldn't be more pleased. I just started woodworking this year and I'm certain this will be the only glue I'll ever purchase. The desk that I am building is held together with this glue and brad nails. I stress test every piece, probably more than I should but I am confident this desk will hold up for many years thanks to Tightbond II
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is the only brand of glue that I buy! Don't waste your time with the cheaper stuff, Titebond... This is the only brand of glue that I buy! Don't waste your time with the cheaper stuff, Titebond is the way to go.
Date published: 2017-02-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Titebond II is THE BEST for water exposure I just did a 6 day "rain test" with 3 different glues : (1) Titebond II wood glue, (2) Liquid Nails Heavy Duty and (3) Loctite Wood 510 I glued together 2 cedar wood samples using each glue. The wood samples were 2 inch x 3 inch and I clamped them together using a brick as a simple weight on top. I let them dry for 3 days. Dry Test: All 3 glues held STRONG after they dried... I could not pull them apart with my hands. All these glues are GOOD for DRY use. The Rain Test: Then I put the samples outside and soaked them with water 3 days...I hit them 3 times a day with a low pressure garden hose. On day 6, I did my basic pull test... using my hands. (1) Titebond II : VERY GOOD. Held very well I could pry them apart with my hands. (2) Loctite Wood 510 : POOR. Snapped apart easily with my fingers. (3) Liquid Nails Heavy Duty: WORST. Fell apart...No resistance at all. =========================================== Conclusion : TITEBOND II is the ONLY GLUE that I will use for wood that gets WET ! Sorry ... but the test proved it....
Date published: 2013-12-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from definitely the best glue when it comes to absolute holding strength, you can beat this glue. the only thing I can advise is, it dries yellow. so, make sure to clean up any excess before it dries.
Date published: 2016-05-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Glue that works!! What can I say, It's glue, It works!! Seriously I do a lot of wood working projects and "Tite Bond" is all I use except when "PL Premium" is called for. Tite Bond II is great for outdoor furniture because its water proof and really holds well weather you are nailing or screwing. I use about 3 gallons of "Tite Bond" products each year so that should tell you how good it is. Great thing is the price!! HD had the best price around on this and other adhesive products.
Date published: 2013-08-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Quality Glue Just completed yet another large woodworking project held together with this glue. Bonds good. Reasonable work time. Cleans up well with a damp cloth. Dries to a yellow'ish color. It works!
Date published: 2012-05-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Wood Glue I've Used I built all of my kitchen cabinets and I did lots of research on which glue to buy. This glue had the best reviews. I especially like the wide spout. It fits well between grooves and joints. This glue applies very easily and dries in a short amount of time. Once dry, it has a strong hold to it. It does dry in a yellow color so just make sure to wipe off any excess with a wet paper towel or rag. This glue can't be beat for the price. It is readily available.
Date published: 2014-08-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A must have for woodworking This is my number one glue that I use for just about every woodworking project that I do. The results are rock solid joints in MDF, plywood, dimensional lumber, hardwoods and more. Cleans up easily, dries fast, and is waterproof when dry. I put this on every piece I add to my projects, and know that I can count on things staying together in the harshest of environments. Don't start a woodworking project without it!
Date published: 2016-04-07
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