Titebond III can be used to glue wood and bamboo for cutting boards. Be sure that the joints fit tightly and are free of any saw marks or burns/burnishing before gluing.
Yes, Titebond II can be used to glue tempered hardboard together. Some high density fiberboards can have a water resistant coating which will deter adhesion. You can test your hardboard with a drop of water to determine if it is coated. If a drop of water on the surface doesn't soak in within 2 minutes, then a coating is present and light sanding of the surface will be needed before bonding.
Yes, Titebond II is non-toxic and can be used for children's toys and for food preparation items.
Yes, Titebond II can be used to repair rifle stock. Be sure the pieces fit well together and clamp for 24 hours for best results. Use only moderate clamping pressure. High clamping pressure can result in weak bonds.
Titebond II is non-toxic and will not be an issue for use on a cat tree.
Titebond II dries with an orange-brown color. For thinner glue lines, only apply glue to one side before clamping.
Titebond II Premium Wood Glue will repair split and cracked wood. Apply the glue to one surface and put the two pieces together into position. Clamp in place for 24 hours. If you cannot properly clamp the two pieces, consider using Titebond Titewrap to wrap around the two pieces to hold them together while the glue dries. If it cannot be clamped or wrapped, do your best to hold them in position while the glue dries, by setting them aside and supporting them in position. It is best not to hold them together by hand as the glue dries because any muscle shaking will break the newly forming glue lines and cause weak joints.