Once again I find myself asking for comments and guidance from the Forum …
I’ve started a Jatoba wood, outdoor bench – based on a Fine Woodworking design. In this project plan, West System’s Epoxy is recommended, and I’ve heard every conceivable praise for their products during my extensive review.
However, in a FW article, Titebond III (TB3) was their choice for exterior wood projects (not for Aluminum boats and other repair work). The TB3 is much less expensive, a single part (WS’ is a two-part epoxy), and is every bit as strong.
So, I’m faced with the decision of which adhesive to use. I’ve purchased the West System material, but that does not mean I need to use it on this project.
As always, I value the comments and guidance from the Forum.
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