|Product Height (in.)||11.625 in||Product Size (oz.)||128 oz|
|Product Width (in.)||6.125 in|
|Adhesion level||High||Adhesive Product Type||Glue/Epoxy|
|Curing time (hours)||24||Dry Color||Yellow|
|Features||Drillable, Sandable, Solvent Resistant, UV Resistant||Glue/Epoxy Type||Wood Glue|
|Product Weight (oz.)||143.84 oz||Recommended Surfaces||Coated wood|
|Returnable||90-Day||Set Time (Min.)||60|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Since the use of this product is beyond the control of the manufacturer there is no guarantee or warranty.|
A: Dry times for Titebond Original Wood Glue will vary depending on relative humidity, temperature and moisture content of the wood. At 70°F, 50% relative humidity and 8% wood moisture content, the glue should set up enough to remove your pieces from the clamps in 30-60 minutes. We recommend waiting 24 hours before sanding or planing to reduce chances of glue line issues.
A: Freezing conditions will eventually cause Titebond Original to solidify. Temperature storage above freezing will not affect the consistency of the glue.
A: Titebond Original or Titebond III can be used to bond WoodUbend to unpainted wood. Test on painted surfaces to determine if holding strength is suitable for your application. Titebond wood glues such as Titebond Original, Titebond II and Titebond III can be painted once fully dry.
A: It is difficult to determine a fix from this description. Please call the Titebond Technical Support Group at 1-800347-4583 between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm EST. Titebond Original will bond wood to wood and will also bond the metal screw to wood. In some cases, damaged wood will need to be repaired before the screw will have a stable place to bond. Coat Titebond Original around a few toothpicks and stick them in the screw hole, then cut them flush to the surface. This can help to stabilize the wood around the screw hole. wait for an hour then re-assemble the chair making sure not to overtighten the screw. Allow 24 hours before stressing the joint.