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cabinetsDifferent woodworking projects call for different kinds of adhesive. You probably have each of these kicking around your workshop, but the key is knowing when to use which one. This quick reference to types of woodworking glue will answer your DIY adhesive questions and help you avoid a sticky (or not so, depending on the mistake) situation.

If you're looking to restore antiques or bond kitchen cabinets, it's important that you choose the right glue for your project. Here are the 5 common glues for DIY woodworking projects. Check out the full article and learn when to use each one:
  • Contact cement
  • Carpenter's glue
  • Hide glue
  • Titebond I, II and III
  • Polyurethane wood glue
Once you get your grounding in wood working glues it's time to make some sense of the rest of those bottles you see lining the glue section of your craft and hardware stores. M.E. Williams helps you decode those in her post, Which glue should you use?


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