That is expensive for an adhesive. The former owners of our house used Liquid Nails on brick and cement block. I pulled off a board in the basement that had a lawn tool rack on it. Pulled off the cement and now I have two dimples in the block. That is strong. For woodworking, I use Titebond III for the most part and CA glue on some others.
Harry, thanks for the video. Interesting what chemistry can do nowadays.
So have I and Stick also. Liquid Nails is pretty good but I personally prefer PL400 through PL Premium grades of general purpose adhesive. PL 400 is the subfloor adhesive and can bridge a 3/8" gap, something that T3, PU glue, and other carpenter's glues can not do and it can also be applied at near freezing and onto wet lumber and still stick. Plus it is waterproof, not just water resistant. My son used to use the Premium to make speaker boxes out of mdf and I had to sledge hammer a couple apart that he never finished and left behind.
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