Jerry, I've used spray-on adhesive several times; but have found it really tends to get a clogged nozzle much more so than many other aerosols - which can often ruin the remainder of the contents of said can. I make a habit of clearing spray nozzles by inverting the can, and even have been known to take-off the nozzle and put-it-on a can of WD40 and spray that through the nozzle just to clear the nozzle, then put the adhesive nozzle back on its original can. I have given-up on spray adhesive, but do save and use clear plastic of sufficient stiffness to use as kind-of-a squeegee to spread glue. I use almost exclusively TiteBond Glues - they have served me well for many years. If you're thinking about using Gorilla Glue (it is super-strong) you need to study to ascertain expansion won't ruin your project. It has, in some situations; been known to expand and render joints useless, but it is super-strong and does have its right places to be used. I hope this helps, have a nice weekend! Otis Guillebeau
P.S. There are some new silicone glue "brushes" on the market, they are quite inexpensive and look to me like they would work well, but I should say, I am yet to use those, but will certainly add them to my next order from Peachtree Woodworking Supply.
OPG3 Tweak everything!