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Video Spotlight: Using Titebond III on an Outdoor Project

Waterproof characteristics make Titebond III a great choice for projects such as this outdoor planter. Read More »

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Video Spotlight: Avoiding Clamp Stains

Marlen Kemmett, master woodworker and instructor, provides tips and suggestions on how to avoid pipe clamp glue stains. Read More »

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Video Spotlight: Installing Crown Molding on a Cabinet

Titebond No Run, No Drip helps the effort. Read More »

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Titebond’s New Look Says It All. In Seconds.

Titebond Wood Glues have a whole new look. See how the enhanced label and carton give you the info you need at a glance.... Read More »

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Titebond® Introduces “Next Big Thing” to the Professional Woodworking Industry at IWF 2014

New 2-Gallon PROJUG™ offers professional woodworkers and others who use larger quantities of wood glue the convenience o... Read More »

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Video Spotlight: What's the difference?

Addressing FAQs about Titebond Original, Titebond II and Titebond III Read More »

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How to Store Your Wood Glue for Longer Life

“Refrigerate after opening,” and you maximize the shelf life of perishable food. The same goes with a bottle of Titebond... Read More »

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Need technical assistance?

Common gluing terms, Q & A’s, application tips and product overviews all at your fingertips. Read More »

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Understanding the Big Three

Woodworkers know one thing for sure: They want to use Titebond wood glue. But which one of the big three – Titebond Orig... Read More »

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Pull together miters using everyday bar clamps

Use your bar clamps to pull together tricky miter joints using simple clamping jigs like these… Read More »

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Small rollers come up big as glue spreaders

Strong glue joints begin with a uniform and sufficient layer of glue on mating surfaces. Read More »

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The best clamp pads are the ones you make yourself

Most bar and pipe clamps come with plastic jaw pads to prevent marring the object being clamped. Inevitably those pads f... Read More »

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Squeeze-out happens – here’s how to deal with it

Despite your best efforts, glue will sometimes squeeze out of joints. Read More »

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Two glues work better than one when attaching many small pieces

When you need to attach a lot of small wood pieces, clamps just aren’t practical. At those times, try… Read More »

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A pencil mark ensures perfect plug alignment

Wood plugs look best when their grain aligns with the grain surrounding them. To ensure that, mark a pencil line… Read More »

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Shop-made mini pedestals speed finishing tasks

Applying paint, stain, or clear finishes to two-sided items such as doors can take a lot of time. Cut your time investme... Read More »

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Use a wood scraper to refinish without marring

A metal putty knife can gouge wood in a heartbeat when peeling up a stripped finish. Instead, make a kinder, gentler kni... Read More »

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Sand your way to perfect miters

Have you ever cut a mitered corner that fit perfectly? Read More »

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Saw kerf stops glue in its track

Stop glue before it has a chance to squeeze out along edges with some well-placed saw kerfs. Here’s how… Read More »

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A framing square makes a great drill-press fence

Looking for an effective drill-press fence capable of helping you repeatedly drill multiple holes in two directions? Loo... Read More »

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Business cards as low-tech micro-adjusters

Fine-tuning the position of your tablesaw’s fence can be a hit-or-miss proposition if the fence isn’t equipped with a mi... Read More »

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A dead-on straightedge for your circular saw or router

This handy shop aid not only provides you with an edge for guiding your circ saw or router in a straight line, it enable... Read More »

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The next time you need a precise measurement reach for a drill bit

Your drill bits have uses well beyond making holes; larger sets double as precision measuring devices in 1/64" increment... Read More »

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A few dabs will do when stack-cutting parts at the scrollsaw

For quickly, cleanly, and painlessly holding stacked parts together prior to scrollsawing them, add small dabs of hot-me... Read More »

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Video Spotlight: Titebond II

First one-part wood glue to pass ANSI Type II water-resistance. Read More »

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Need technical assistance?

Common gluing terms, Q & A’s, application tips and product overviews all at your fingertips. Read More »

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Fact: Titebond III Outperforms Polyurethane Glues

What woodworkers of all skill levels need to know. Read More »

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How Strong Is Your Glue?

Six types of glue are taken to the breaking point, shattering some common wisdom in the process Read More »

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Video Spotlight: Titebond Original

The industry standard in woodworking since 1955. Read More »

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