I've been slowly working on a woodworking project in the garage. I'm taking some bits of scrap lumber laying around and making a little house/shelter for the stray cats who visit my back yard often. It'll offer them a warm safe place and allow them to get out of the elements. Anyway, I was in need of some wood glue and had thought about just getting the old standby I had used in the past, Elmer's wood glue. I'm glad I didn't however, because I found something I like a whole lot better. It's Gorilla glue! Gorilla wood glue is in fact a whole lot better at bonding than Elemer's in my opinion, and the drying time, much shorter too. I simply put a bead on, joined the 2 pieces of wood I needed bonded together, clamped it, and in no time it was done! Joined together rock solid like it was one solid piece of wood!
The other great features about this glue is:
* Dries to a natural color
* No dyes or foam
* Type II water resistance
* Mildew resistant
* Sandable and paintable
* Water clean up
* Virtually no odor
* Good for indoor and Outdoor use
* Good for all types of wood, even wood composites
All of which is perfect for my project, being that it needs to stand up to the weather. So if you have a wood project or need to make a repair, give this one a try before you reach for the Elmer's, I think you'll love it too.