After reading lots of interesting articles I decided to give hide glue a try.
I purchased a water heater pot from Target store for about ten dollars, grabbed a canning jar I had laying around the shop and some water. Needed glue. I remember I had bought some flakes at a Woodcraft some time ago.
After scouring thru the shop I found a can of Mosers, had a date of 2009 on it.
After ordering a fresh batch of flakes on the internet, I mixed up a batch from the Mosers.
This stuff has worked great. I am finding all kinds of uses for it. I was concerned it would not have any strength left, but it has been holding everything.
I have not used it on any of my clients stuff, just stuff around the shop or stuff I have been experimenting with.
I glued up an eight sided box as a test for my angles, I glued some table saw jigs up, and even glued some rigid foam to a wall next to my miter saw (stick pencils in the foam) LOL.
I am anxious to try some bent laminations with it.
And also to see if coating the inside of small boxes with shellac will make clean up easier.
It is definitly worth using. Try it.
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