A: Yes, Titebond III can be used for table leg repair. Be sure the joint fits together well and all bonding surfaces are free of any dust or other material that would impair adhesion. Spread glue on the bonding surfaces, attach surfaces and clamp lightly in place for 2 or more hours before removing clamps. Do not stress the joint for at least 24 hours. Repair should last for the life of the table if the joint is properly designed and re-glued.
A: Titebond III is not recommended for bonding PVC Trim to drywall. Use Titebond PVC Trim Adhesive and Sealant (http://www.titebond.com/product/adhesives/f63c53ea-c753-4139-ba10-cd61e9c63e46) for best results.
A: Yes, Titebond III will work well to bond wooden plugs to fill a hole in a wooden bench.
A: Excellent choice as long as the peg is fairly tight
A: I have not used it on a workbench but it has been a good glue for all of the wood to wood fastening I have done. It produces a strong bond.
A: Depending on the type of stain, Titebond Wood Glues will bond with approximately 10% of wood-to-wood bond strength. Therefore, it is recommended to sand off any finish, stain or paint before gluing.