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Default Titebond I vs. Titebond II

Any reason not to always use Titebond II over Titebond I (other than
the minor difference in cost)?

i.e., Titebond II has the advantage of water resistance but does it
have any disadvantages for general woodworking?

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Any reason not to always use Titebond II over Titebond I (other than
the minor difference in cost)?

i.e., Titebond II has the advantage of water resistance but does it
have any disadvantages for general woodworking?


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Any reason not to always use Titebond II over Titebond I ...


i.e., Titebond II has the advantage of water resistance but does it
have any disadvantages for general woodworking?


Titebond II is more viscous and doesn't spread as easily. I use Titbond
I unless I need a water resistant glue. -- but then, why not use a
fully waterproof glue?

Also, even though we hope never to have to undo a bond, it's easier
with Titebond I.

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The chalk temperature (the temp at above which it should be used) is higher
for II than I

If were not cheap, I would use III uas the general purpose glue rather than
II

personally I just use use I unless I need waterpreoof.
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Any reason not to always use Titebond II over Titebond I ...


i.e., Titebond II has the advantage of water resistance but does it
have any disadvantages for general woodworking?


Titebond II is more viscous and doesn't spread as easily. I use Titbond
I unless I need a water resistant glue. -- but then, why not use a
fully waterproof glue?

Also, even though we hope never to have to undo a bond, it's easier
with Titebond I.





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