Wood Glue Tips: Keep Your Glue Running

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Every woodworker knows how frustrating it can be when you need glue but it just won’t come out of the bottle. Spike Carlsen teaches you wood glue tips and how to craft a quick fix for this problem by simply drilling three holes into a small wooden block so the glue is ready when you are.

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3 Responses to “Wood Glue Tips: Keep Your Glue Running”

  1. Albert McBee

    Excellent suggestion. I use large 24oz bottles that are difficult to stand upside down or even on the side because they roll. I need to build a stand alone that will not fall over.

    • Customer Service

      Hello Geary,

      Thank you for contacting us. Many adhesives–wood glue especially–can be ruined by just one freeze/thaw cycle, so it’s a good idea to store them in a heated space during cold months. Even glue just left overnight in a car can freeze and make it unusable.


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