For many woodworkers, contractors and do-it-yourselfers, Titebond quite literally is the glue that holds everything together. In part that's because, whatever the job, chances are good that Titebond has an adhesive solution – from quick-setting cyanoacrylate glue to waterproof wood glue to versatile polyurethane glue.
But customer loyalty also comes because the brand is backed by a solid track record. Titebond glues are manufactured by Franklin International, an Ohio-based company that developed the first ready-to-use liquid hide glue in 1935 and the original yellow carpenter's glue in 1951. Franklin International has developed a reputation for innovation and continues to place great emphasis on research and development. That dedication to producing exceptional adhesives has helped establish Titebond as the standard for wood glues.