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II 1 gal. Premium Wood Glue

  • Versatile formula enables its use for a wide range of materials
  • Designed to be resistant to UV rays and heat-induced damage
  • Formula maintains the bond regardless of any surface finishes
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Product Overview

Great for handling outdoor woodworking projects, the Titebond II 128 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 hours
  • 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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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Height (in.)
11.6 in
Product Size (oz.)
128
Product Width (in.)
6 in

Details

Adhesion level
High
Adhesive Product Type
Glue/Epoxy
Curing time (hours)
24
Dry Color
Yellow
Features
Drillable,Moisture Resistant,Sandable,Solvent Resistant,UV Resistant
Glue/Epoxy Type
Wood Glue
Interior/Exterior
Interior/Exterior
Package Quantity
1
Product Weight (oz.)
145.6 oz
Recommended Surfaces
Coated wood
Returnable
90-Day
Set Time (Min.)
60

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Since the use of this product is beyond the control of the manufacturer there is no guarantee or warranty.

Questions & Answers

8Questions44Answers

Could I use this to make a skateboard? Would it be able to hold the weight?

Asked by dude September 17, 2020
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Answers

I think so the wood will brake before the glue joint brakes.

what glue takes stain the best? mixing with sawdust for gaps in old hardwood floor

Asked by chef June 1, 2020
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Titebond II by itself does not stain. Staining allows for penetration of color into a wood matrix giving a 3 dimensional appearance. Stain will coat the surface of Titebond II and all other wood glues, painting the surface with color and will not give the 3D effect needed to accurately match the surrounding wood. Adding sawdust or wood sanding powder 80-90% wood fiber to 10-20% glue) will allow stain to penetrate the glue, but will give a stain appearance similar to staining end grain (darker shade). In most cases, this is acceptable, but on larger areas, a wood filler is better used with the technique of coloring with a color matched marker and drawing in grain pattern to match the surrounding wood.

Can I use it to laminate a 1/8 thin white hardboard rough side to rough side so that I will get t...

Asked by jay May 25, 2020
4
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This is a good solution because it's weatherproof. But it won't make a tight seal because of the rough surface so it won't bear much stress without separating.

Can you use this to glue two pieced of tempered hardboard, the rough side glued to the smooth side?

Asked by Brian November 8, 2019
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It should work. Be sure to add plenty of clamps or weights until the bond is complete.

Can I use this glue to bond fabric to wood?

Asked by Arc March 31, 2019
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It depends on the fabric. If it's like a cotton shirt to a piece of wood, then yes. If it's a more non-porous (like a metal) item to wood, then no. If you are unsuccessful getting this to work for you, you can usually get it done with epoxy.

can I use it to make small paper basket waterproof Thank you

Asked by ypon November 6, 2018
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No.

can I thin it with water?

Asked by curious December 5, 2016
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Thinning this particular type of glue will weaken the bond, I leaned this the hard way. I hope this helps.

What is the sq foot coverage of one gallen when using on LVL beams?

Asked by Chip October 23, 2015
4
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Way more than i needed, built an entire work shop table 15 ft by 10ft 3 ft deep

Customer Reviews

  • 4.9
    out of 280 reviews
  • 99% recommend this product
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We use T2 and T3 in our shop every day. We’ve never had a failure on any joint. We love Titebond ...
We use T2 and T3 in our shop every day. We’ve never had a failure on any joint. We love Titebond products, and use them on all of our custom products.
by HRC
I refurbish guitars and when I get one that the neck is broken I use this glue to do repairs it i...
I refurbish guitars and when I get one that the neck is broken I use this glue to do repairs it is one of the strongest Glooze I have ever come across
by Hunter
Great glue, if you want to go even further with moisture protection go for III!
Great glue, if you want to go even further with moisture protection go for III!
by JustCoop
I got to say this is my favorite wood glue, easy to use, easy to see when you are cleaning up. ...
I got to say this is my favorite wood glue, easy to use, easy to see when you are cleaning up. I’ve been using using this for a couple years now and always happy on how it work for me.
by txgent10
Titebond is my go to wood glue when it comes to my woodworking projects. It works perfect with an...
Titebond is my go to wood glue when it comes to my woodworking projects. It works perfect with any kind of hardwood like Black Walnut, Purple heart, Chechen or blood wood. I use it to make cutting boards and coasters. It works also very good for softwood like pine or cedar. I use it to make wooden flags and Adirondack chairs and other outdoor furniture. I made a stress test with some hardwood glued together and the wood did not break at the gluing joint that was very impressive.
by BavarianWoodworker
I have been into woodworking as a hobby for the last two years and have loved using Titebond II a...
I have been into woodworking as a hobby for the last two years and have loved using Titebond II as my main wood adhesive. It sets fast enough and still gives me time to work the pieces together. The clean up is easy and if I am quick with the wet sponge or rag to wipe off the squeeze out glue the dried excess is minimal. The gallon has lasted me over a year and no signs of drying out.
by JJ
Have been using fora long time. Has proven itself to be a sturdy, reliable all around wood glue.
Have been using fora long time. Has proven itself to be a sturdy, reliable all around wood glue.
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I use this glue REGULARLY and it never fails !!!!!! There are some builds of mine, that wouldn't ...
I use this glue REGULARLY and it never fails !!!!!! There are some builds of mine, that wouldn't be the same without Titebond !!!!
by JH
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I've been using this for over a decade. It's very good stuff. I'm remodeling our kitchen and us...
I've been using this for over a decade. It's very good stuff. I'm remodeling our kitchen and use it for all of my cabinets. I tried Titebond III and it works well also, but for me, it's not worth the extra money. It does give a little longer clamp time if that's important.
by RickWoodworker
Easy to use and drys fast
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] My daughter broke her drawer. And I wanted to try a new wood glue. I was looking for one that didn't expanded and this glue was exactly what I was looking for!!
by Waterdoll
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