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#1 posted 02-12-2013 08:59 PM

Titebond II will work just fine, but the short open time is going to give you grief. I generally use titebond 3, mineral oil, and then mineral oil with beeswax melted in.

Lately I have been favoring the Elmers Advanced. It has all the properties of TBIII, but it doesn’t dry as dark, it sands A LOT easier, and it is much less affected by finishes.

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