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[Amazon.ca] Titebond II Wood Glue 30$/Gal.

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[Amazon.ca] Titebond II Wood Glue 30$/Gal.

For all the woodworkers out there, the Titebond II by the gallon is on sale @ Amazon for 30$

Never used it before, but every single woodworking youtubers talk about this glue like it's the best thing

No need to worry about missing out on glue for a little while with this

https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B00002 ... UTF8&psc=1
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$17.97 at home depot in the US, so not a great price
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CanAm wrote: $17.97 at home depot in the US, so not a great price
In Canada this is pretty much the only distributor from what I found. Looking at Camelx3 this is a good price for people who doesn't have access to US HD

edit: Also available at Home Hardware for 42$..
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spdecoste wrote: In Canada this is pretty much the only distributor from what I found. Looking at Camelx3 this is a good price for people who doesn't have access to US HD

edit: Also available at Home Hardware for 42$..
Busy Bee but it's $40. $30 is a great price for this.
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most of the tool store, kms, busy bee, etc carry it for around $35, so yes not a bad deal if you are more remote
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Thanks! Bought a gallon to clean my vinyl records.
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sleizure wrote: Thanks! Bought a gallon to clean my vinyl records.
Not sure if serious or trolling! This could be a nice lifehack or a good way to **** up your records lol
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Heh, I am actually serious. Wood glue is an awesome way to get all the gunk out of your grooves!
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sleizure wrote: Heh, I am actually serious. Wood glue is an awesome way to get all the gunk out of your grooves!
Thats very impressive :)
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BTW, Titebond Wood Glue has FDA approval. People use it to make chopping board. I have a chopping board came apart in 2 pieces. I will glue the pieces with Titebond III in couple of weeks.
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Anyone know of a way to disolve wood glue on MDF? I've read that vinegar and water works, but I'm wondering if I can re-glue the same surface once I disolve whats on there now. I was assembling a project that I bought in pre-cut pieces and glued one of the pieces in backwards.
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CanAm wrote: $17.97 at home depot in the US, so not a great price
With tax and exchange, you're looking just over $25, plus your toll to get there, unless you're going anyhow. Pretty good price considering it'll come right to your door for $9 more.
We're heading to the States in a couple of weeks and considered getting it then, but if you're not close to the states, this is the best deal you'll find.
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jackass_ca wrote: With tax and exchange, you're looking just over $25, plus your toll to get there, unless you're going anyhow. Pretty good price considering it'll come right to your door for $9 more.
We're heading to the States in a couple of weeks and considered getting it then, but if you're not close to the states, this is the best deal you'll find.
I'm in the US next week but really don't want to bring a gallon of glue back on the plane. Would be forced to check a bag for a start and then what if it leaked!? Thanks OP I'll go with amazon.ca
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solarfish wrote: I'm in the US next week but really don't want to bring a gallon of glue back on the plane. Would be forced to check a bag for a start and then what if it leaked!? Thanks OP I'll go with amazon.ca
Exactly, we're driving, so, no issues there for us.
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