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III 16 oz. Ultimate Wood Glue

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Product Overview

Titebond III 16 oz. Ultimate Wood Glue features a waterproof formula that offers superior bond strength. A long open-assembly time and a low application temperature. The glue provides a strong initial tack and sands easily without softening.
  • Bonds with wood
  • Adhesive cleans up with water and is unaffected by finishes
  • Non-toxic adhesive is solvent free
  • Set time of 60 minutes and cure time of 24 hours
  • Low application temperature
  • Passes the ANSI/HPVA Type I water-resistance specification and is ideal for interior and exterior use
  • FDA approved for indirect food contact
  • Passes ANSI/HPVA Type I water-resistance

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Height (in.)
8.94
Product Size (oz.)
16
Product Width (in.)
2.41

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.)
18.56 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

53Questions60Answers

Could this be used to glue paint sticks together without clamps?

Asked by Crafter April 24, 2021
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Without a painted surface I assume. But yes, Titebond III can used as contact cement: spread a thin layer on each surface. Use a hair dryer or heat gun to partially dry both glue surfaces and then press together. Practice to achieve the proper amount of heat. I use this technique to repair small wood parts of sculptures that have been knocked off.

Will it bond wood to foam? Such as toolbox liner foam.

Asked by TripleL February 4, 2021
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I would say no. I would use a polyurethane glue. Or a spray adhesive.

Can I drive screws into it? I have an oak table that the screws have been stripped from their old...

Asked by Glueless January 5, 2021
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I would fill the holes with rite bond and allow to dry 24 hours then drill a small pilot hole for your screw.

Can this bond plaster to plaster?

Asked by Dave November 21, 2020
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I wouldn’t use this for that application. This is a great wood glue but not really a glue for other applications.

Does this retain some elasticity after it dries? I need something with a bit of flex to absorb im...

Asked by RH November 2, 2020
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No. Dries tight and no movement

I need a runny glue that I can inject into a long, narrow and deep crack in the base of an oak di...

Asked by Glueless July 28, 2020
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It is a wood glue so it penetrates well but not runny. I have never watered it down. Epoxy won’t show the glue line and is thinner.

Will this glue cedar as well as the other woods ?

Asked by Piloto July 13, 2020
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Yes. I have used it on cedar on several projects with great results.

We have a 10lb painting painted on plywood. We glued 2 pieces of wood to the back to attach hanging hooks. Will it hold?

Asked by July 4, 2020
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Depends...did you clamp the pieces after applying the glue and wait a 24-hour period (the directions actually say to "clamp for a minimum of at least 30-minutes{longer is better}", and "Do not stress joints for at least 24-hours"). If it were my project, I would have liberally spread glue over surfaces, clamped and removed excess glue. The I would have drilled holes to a depth less than the thickness of the 2 pieces and installed perhaps half dozen small wood screws...in 24-hours I would remove clamps and forget about any question of the picture staying hung on the wall for the rest of my life and those that follow. I used the Titebond III to repair a cutting board that had failed at the joint between boards and it worked fabulously...been about 6 months since making the repair and under daily use...no problems whatsoever!

Would this product work on a fiberglass door? I need to glue a small section where the front pane...

Asked by Eddie June 29, 2020
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Contact cement or original gorilla glue would be a better choice on non-porous surfaces.

Can it be used on laminated wood?

Asked by Caro April 23, 2020
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Yes, if the laminates are wood. This glue is designed for wood fibers for setting. Make sure the laminate is held tightly (clamped).

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Customer Reviews

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This product worked great on the cutting board I made....
This product worked great on the cutting board I made.
by HomeDepotCustomer
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Best easy to use glue on the market
Best easy to use glue on the market
by Dave
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The table was all in pieces and it is now...
The table was all in pieces and it is now restored and finished
by HomeDepotCustomer
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Made a shop service entry door using Titebond III. Flows nicely, holds great. Dries just right.
Made a shop service entry door using Titebond III. Flows nicely, holds great. Dries just right.
by Clamps
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Was excellent working in wood.
Was excellent working in wood.
by van00007
2 people found this helpful
This glue was a perfect choice for the walnut cutting...
This glue was a perfect choice for the walnut cutting board I glued up. It is reassuring to know that the waterproof features of this glue will help the board last for years and years.
by Gman
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by OldeTown
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The glue held a tight bond for a dresser drawer I was restoring. I also used it on some pellets t...
The glue held a tight bond for a dresser drawer I was restoring. I also used it on some pellets that I needed to bond to make a frame to hold some plants. So far it held exceptionally well.
by Lee
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Titebond Ultimate Wood Glue is the only glue I will you as a woodworker. I build furniture using...
Titebond Ultimate Wood Glue is the only glue I will you as a woodworker. I build furniture using solid wood that is glued together. Titebond allows you the time you need to put your boards together for clamping. I use biscuit joints and this glue gives me the time I need to join long boards. The cleanup is very easy using a damp cloth for the squeeze out.
by lonewolf
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At Doug's North End Woodworks I use titebond lll for cutting boards, jewelry boxes, cedar planter...
At Doug's North End Woodworks I use titebond lll for cutting boards, jewelry boxes, cedar planter. Pretty much everything. Works well and is predictable.
by Douglas
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