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#1 posted 02-12-2013 09:53 PM

If I recall correctly, Titebond III is food-grade and rated for prolonged water contact. Some of the others may not be.

Granted TBIII is a bit more expensive than the others. I would steer away from polyurethane glues (think Gorilla Glue) for cutting boards though. From what I’ve read and heard from other makers, it has a tendency to deteriorate after repeated water exposures and the joints fail.

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