Gorilla Glue can be found at Home Depot
randy chesnutt wrote:dr. steve, for myself i started with GORILLA GLUE. the more i used it the less i liked it. it was hard to work with. more clamps and clean up after gluing .and the strenght they clam was not there. i use TITEBOND II. i have used it for years. i used it at the wood shop i retired from and i,m still using now. lot cheapper than the other. but this is my opinion. i used nearly a gallon on my TD.
John6012 wrote:Can Tightbond be found at HD and is it better than the nail glue? I guess it would depend who I talk to right? I've used nail glue so far but that Tightbond sounds like a better method.
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