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How to Glue Wood

Speed up your woodworking projects, improve the quality of glue connections and make your project look better with these tips for gluing wood.

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From {The Art of Small-Scale Woodturning} by William R. Duce: 3 types of adhesive used on a regular basis: PVA, cyanoacrylate, epoxy. 1) Polyvinyl = good basic glue to laminate pieces, glue a blank to waster block, and anywhere else when gluing wood to wood (except when wood is oily exotic, in which case cyano or epoxy is better). 2) Cyanoacrylate (Super Glue): for filling gap, sealing cracks, and general use. Add dust or pigment to accentuate cracks. Only glue to work on green wood.

Europe Polyvinyl Acetate (PVAC) Market Report 2016

Figure showing the chemical formula of two polyvinyl acetate monomers. Each monomer consists of CH2 bonded to a CH, which is then also bonded to an O and COCH3.

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PVA Glue

PVA Glue: PVA Glue Definition: PVA (Polyvinyl Acetate) glue is a flexible, permanent adhesive that makes a very strong bond. Pva glue is a good adhesive for porous surfaces. It is popularly used with wood, book bindings and also with other items where you want some flexibility. Most PVAs are not waterproof. They are toxic when ingested but not harmful to touch. They do not emit harmful fumes either. Spills can be cleaned up with soap and water. Also Known As: Polyvinyl Acetate Adhesive