Salty, There are specific reasons for the use of polyurethane glues. Brown in color wearing the name Gorilla Glue, Titebond or whatever. These glues are waterproof and the best uses are for joining wood to other materials like metal plates for magnetic catches, glass, you name it. Excess glue will foam out of the joint and when dry cleans off easily. Out of all the white and yellow glues on the market, Titebond III is by far the strongest. Titebond claims it is stronger than polyurethane glues in a wood to wood connection. It has the longest working time of the Titebond family, yet it cures the fastest. It is highly water resistant, and it is safe for food related projects like bowls or cutting boards. Another nice feature is the extended range of working temperatures, this glue can be used at 45 degrees, thats a plus for me in Michigan. Of all the white or yellow glues, this is the best choice for outdoor projects. I use both of these products on a regular basis and am very happy with the results. I would suggest you buy a small bottle of each and follow the directions for use. Let us know what you think.
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