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Titebond® III Ultimate Wood Glue

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Titebond III Ultimate Wood Glue, 4 oz. Item #: 29332
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$4.49

Each
$4.49
Titebond III Ultimate Wood Glue, 8 oz. Item #: 28835
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$5.99

Half Pint
$5.99
Titebond III Ultimate Wood Glue, 16 oz. Item #: 23921
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$7.99

Pint
$7.99
Titebond III Ultimate Wood Glue, Quart Item #: 28724
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Regular Price: $13.49

Special Price $9.99


Quart
$9.99
Titebond III Ultimate Wood Glue, Gallon Item #: 26875
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$32.99

Gallon
$32.99
Titebond III Ultimate Wood Glue, 4 oz. Item #: 29332
In Stock
 
Price:
$4.49
Each
Quantity:
Total: $4.49
Titebond III Ultimate Wood Glue, 8 oz. Item #: 28835
In Stock
 
Price:
$5.99
Half Pint
Quantity:
Total: $5.99
Titebond III Ultimate Wood Glue, 16 oz. Item #: 23921
In Stock
 
Price:
$7.99
Pint
Quantity:
Total: $7.99
Titebond III Ultimate Wood Glue, Quart Item #: 28724
In Stock
 
Price:

Regular Price: $13.49

Special Price $9.99

Quart
Quantity:
Total: $9.99
Titebond III Ultimate Wood Glue, Gallon Item #: 26875
In Stock
 
Price:
$32.99
Gallon
Quantity:
Total: $32.99

Overview

Superior waterproof wood glue is ideal for exterior and interior woodworking! Available in five sizes.
  • Stronger, safer, easier to clean up and less expensive than polyurethane glues.
  • Allows eight minutes of open time and has an application temperature as low as 47° F.
  • One hour clamp time!
  • Cleans up with water.
  • Does not foam.

Innovative Rockler Gluing Accessories (Sold Separately):

Rockler Glue Applicator Set: All your gluing needs in one versatile, easy-to-clean kit! Includes 8 oz. Glue Bottle with Standard Spout, Silicone Brush Applicator, Glue Roller, Mortise Applicator, Funnel, and Centering Attachment. All attachments thread onto Titebond 16 oz. (pint) and 32 oz. (quart) bottles.

Rockler Silicone Glue Brush: Finally, a glue brush that you'll never have to throw away! This brush features silicone bristles that are easy to wash with water, and quickly shed dried glue for long-lasting service.

Rockler Silicone Mini Glue Brush: Same convenient features as the larger brush, but is easier to use in tight spaces and even features a dropper tip to dispense glue into dowel holes.

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Brand Titebond

What's included:

(1) Bottle of Titebond™ III Ultimate Wood Glue

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Here is an example of how...

Guest from Auburn, NY Posted February 8, 2012
Here is an example of how strong this glue is. I made a desk and while gluing up the table top /desk top I was unsure how long Iwanted it 50 or 54 in so Iglued it up 56 in and cut it to the right size at 50 in.  I have always been curious how strong it really is. With the 6 in strip that was 5 pieces that where joined toghter w/biscuits to took it slammed it on the concret floor in my basment woodshop around 45 deg, it did break apart but not at a seam it broke apart 1 in away from a seam it ripped the RED OAK apart and NOT at a joint. WOW, Titebond is and will always be the wood glue I ever use.

Strong glue... I have been using...

Robert C from Casselberry, FL Posted December 2, 2011
Strong glue... I have been using TiteBond III glue for wood for sometime and knew it was strong, but just recently I found out how strong it is. On a small project I had glued some 1/4” diameter rare earth magnets into shallow holes so that they would act as retainers to another piece of wood that had the same size magnets likewise glued into shallow holes. Some time later, months,  I discovered that one of the magnets was installed with the wrong polarity facing outward. To correct this error, I have to pry out the magnet and reverse it, and re-glue it back in. The magnet was really bonded in well. After a bit of work I was able to get it out. After getting it free, I noticed that it looked odd on the glued side. A closer look reveled that the thin nickel plating had pulled free of the back side of the magnet and was still stuck to the bottom of the hole where the magnet had been. These magnets have a shiny, polished exterior, so there was noting for the Titebond III to really “grip”, but it still managed to hold on to the plating well enough to strip it off the side of the magnet. In my opinion, that’s bonding power.

I joined three boards with biscuits...

Guest from Winchester, VA Posted June 9, 2010
I joined three boards with biscuits and Titebond III. One was perfect and set up in about 25 minutes. The other, I squeezed way too much glue and the joint failed. I could even pull the biscuits out of the slot because it was still wet. I cleaned up the mess and re-glued it without using too much and it set up just fine. So, be careful not to use too much.

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I have been ordering from Rockler for almost 20 years and have found their products to be very inexpensive and of high quality. Shipping is fast even when an item is back ordered. The best prices I have found anywhere."

- Orval - 08/07/2012

What People are Saying:

I have been ordering from Rockler for almost 20 years and have found their products to be very inexpensive and of high quality. Shipping is fast even when an item is back ordered. The best prices I have found anywhere."

- Orval - 08/07/2012
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