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Franklin 1413 Titebond III Ultimate Wood Glue, 8-Ounces

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  • Waterproof-Superior Strength
  • Lower Application Temperature
  • Longer Open Assembly Time
  • Resists Solvents, heat and mildew
  • Unaffected by finishes
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Technical Details
Part Number1413
Item Weight290 g
Product Dimensions3.8 x 7.8 x 18.4 cm
Item model number1413
Item Package Quantity1
Weight290 grams
Length38 millimeters
Width7.8 centimeter
Height18.4 centimeter
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Best Sellers Rank #2,132 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight313 g
Date First AvailableAug. 3 2011
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i am very pleased with the product. easy dispensing bottle, dries fairly clear - maybe a tad brownish. would buy again
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59 of 59 people found the following review helpful
Fine Woodworking's highest performing glue Aug. 10 2010
By J. Cullen - Published on
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I bought this after reading an article titled "How Strong Is Your Glue?" in Fine Woodworking issue #192. They did a very thorough stress test on six types of glue on three types of woods. It turns out that this glue fared slightly better than traditional PVA (e.g. Elmers Carpenter Glue) and it is waterproof to top it off. It outperformed Gorilla Glue (polyurethane based), epoxy, and hide glues. See Fine Woodworking's website to see the whole article.

Update: I found you can access the article for free on titebond's website

42 of 43 people found the following review helpful
I like this glue alot! March 3 2006
By Scott Pointon - Published on
For many years I have been using Titebond II almost exclusively, and to great result, so I thought that Titebond III would have to be pretty outstanding for me to switch. On the first project that I used it on, I was very impressed. In the course of building an arts and crafts inspired coffee table, I needed to glue up six relatively long boards into a panel (the table top). I appreciated two things right away with this glue. First, the long open time meant that I was able to work at a comfortable pace without as much hurrying and stress as that sort of operation usually induces. Second, I appreciated that this glue dries to a light brown color, which blended in well with the general color of my q/s white oak.

Of course, only having used it for building indoor furniture, I cannot attest to the waterproof nature of this glue, but with all other things - open time, bond strength, color, etc. - I am sold. Titebond III is a winner in my book.
21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
great glue Aug. 6 2010
By A. R. Joyce - Published on
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I purchased the glue to repair some chairs used in the breakfast room. So far the glue has worked great and was easy to clean. I have used Elmer's wood glue in the past but its adhesion did not last as long as the Titebond has to this point. I recommend the product for ease of use, clean up, and durability.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
the best wood glue you can buy Aug. 18 2012
By John the Asian redneck - Published on
This was tested amongst all kinds of different glues and adhesives and this holds up the best. This includes gorilla glue,crazy glue, liquid nails,power grab etc. It is expensive compared to other glues so if you are not going to expose your wood project to the elements you may be able to stick with some other titebond wood glue. But if you are without compromise then yes there is a difference and it may be worth it to use this glue.When trying to break the bond where 2 pieces of wood are glued together you are going to rip apart a lot of wood in the process. The glue won't let go. Yes all the pieces were clamped before testing. Other wood glues held up well but you can tell there is a difference in strength between this and other wood glues. I did not want there to be a difference to justify spending less on other glue so now I screwed myself. Does not have to be a hardwood project. also works on regular construction lumber or pine or evergreen as well. I have no idea what this does with plastic or anything else but for wood there is nothing better
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Love Titebond! July 29 2011
By Robert Cook` - Published on
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It is a great glue if you need to use it in moisture prone areas, food grade areas. I use Titebond III on my beehives when I construct them and it performs great. I also brad nail or staple the hives but that is just to hold the joint until the glue sets

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