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Posted on Cold weather and wood glue

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#1 posted 02-15-2013 05:30 PM

It won’t work. If you glue has been left outside in that weather longer than 12 hours, it’s trash (whether you warm it up or not)

It’s important to note your workpieces need to acclimate as well. Din’t just bring cold wood inside and slap some glue on them. Wait until they are at room temperature as well.

Edit – I saw the info from Titebond, but I’m not sure I would take a chance – especially on something like a cutting board, and especially something I would sell to someone else.


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