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Ethan Sincox

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#1 posted 2771 days ago

Dick,

As an aside note, Gorilla Glue might appear to swell up when curing, but it is definitely not a gap-filling glue. That white foamy stuff has no structural strength to speak of. You need to have surface-to-surface contact with your wood in order for GG to work properly. If you have voids or gaps to fill, you should use an epoxy or the EZ-poly Frank mentioned above.

-- Ethan, http://thekiltedwoodworker.com


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