NEW! Faster Search Option

Loading

What Glue to use

bigfenz's picture

I am building  the asian inspiried hall table showcased on this site. Hide glue is recomended for its slow set and ease of clean up. I read about hide glue and am concerned about its reversability, especially if it is set in a room where the sun might shine on its dark surface. I was thinking of using a polyurethane from tite bond.  Can anyone give some feedback  Thanks

Westchester's picture

Hall Table (post #170661, reply #1 of 2)

I don't think Poly glue is easy to work with for furniture building.  Do you have a link to the table you're considering ? - What kind of wood are you using ?

SA

RalphBarker's picture

Glues (post #170661, reply #2 of 2)

A search for "glues" on the main page came up with this overview article from 1999:

http://www.finewoodworking.com/fwnpdf/01...

and this one from 2005:

http://www.finewoodworking.com/FWNPDF/01...

It seems to me that it is unlikely for an interior space to reach the 140° needed to re-liquify hide glue.