A: Titebond III Ultimate Wood Glue will bond wood to wood with a shear strength of up to 4,000 pounds per square inch (psi). Total joint strength will depend on the type of wood used along with quality of the glued joint.
A: I don’t think this would be a good product, I suggest liquid nails instead
A: This glue is best for wood or wood products. It's not the right glue for a plastic to wood bond. A construction glue that bonds dissimilar materials would probably be your best bet.
A: Titebond III is not recommended for bonding cellular PVC to treated wood. We would recommend using Titebond PVC Trim Adhesive and Sealant for best results.
A: No, Titebond III may have problems with drying if the treated lumber is high in moisture content. We recommend using Titebond Ultimate PVC Trim Adhesive and Sealant. It is a one-component, advanced polymer adhesive sealant designed for a variety of PVC trim, molding, deck railing and beadboard installations. It adheres and seals PVC to virtually any material including wood, metal, masonry, other PVC trim and more.
A: This glue or any other wood glue would work. Look up how to re-glue a chair and you'll see whats involved. You usually have to "tap" the chair apart to properly re-glue the spindles. Some people also use an injector to "shoot" glue into the joint without taking the chair apart.
A: I am unsure of the requested use of Titebond III in your project. Please call Titebond Technical Services help line at 800-347-4583 for an in-depth analysis of your request. Call between 8 am to 5 pm EST.
A: Titebond does not have a pump for 5 gallon pails. We offer a 1 gallon pump which can be special ordered.