A: I have used Elmers Wood Glue in below freezing weather. I have found using pressure and patience is the key. Pressure in terms of clamps and/or a pin nailer. Patience in that it will take MUCH LONGER to dry. Where in the house it would dry to a movable state in two days it will take a week and a half to two weeks. I personally would opt for Gorilla Glue which is a chemical reaction activated by moisture and temperature does not matter.
A: Good question but I do not know. You might try "Elmer's" directly.
A: This is not the glue for you, If you need to use glues in cold temperatures, your choices among the common woodworking glues are limited to Titebond III, which performs down to 47ºF, and Gorilla Glue, which needs a minimum of 40ºF.
A: Thi glue is basically casine glue with a resin mixed in. The resin makes the glue impervious to water and streingthens the bond. Casine is a protien in mammel milk. It primarily is a white thick liquid made by reducing the water content of cows milk. Here is more information https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Casein The protein is not water soluable, however, the salts and aditives are. If you are wishing to glue pasta together do not cook the pasta in water, cook it on low temp in milk. As the water in the milk is absorbed by the pasta the proteins in the milk adhere to the pasta effectively gluing the pasta together. As the pasta gets more flexable it will form a mass that is all stuck together when it cools. As an example: Have you made mac and cheese from a box? Notice they have you add milk, heat it then add a powdered cheese? Cheese and milk contain casine. In that application you are gluing the cheese to a flexable noodle. The cheese inhibits the pasta from sticking together. Try cooking your pasta in milk, it ought to be fun. Be sure to coat the pan with a release spray such as Pam so you don't end up gluing your noodles to the pan. Back to the Wood Glue; Since casine is somewhat water soluable the addition of the wood glue would provide a weather resistant binder.In any case I would not recommend eating any of it.
A: Yes, this glue is waterproof.
A: Hi Bill, we do offer a waterproof wood glue option on Homedepot.com that may suit your needs. Please review the item details, specifications and files on the item's product page to see if it will work for your purposes. http://www.homedepot.com/p/Titebond-III-8-oz-Ultimate-Wood-Glue-1413/202960636 We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot!