Titebond introduces new PVA glue

Franklin International is offering woodworkers and carpenters a thick and quick solution for bonding wood in vertical applications with its new Titebond "no-run, no-drip" wood glue.

The PVA glue provides three to five minutes of working time, according to the company.

“Titebond No-Run, No-Drip Wood Glue gives craftsmen a fast, easy and professional way to handle wood bonding jobs in any situation where traditional glue might run and potentially compromise the quality of the finished project,” marketing director Craig Stone said in a statement. “It is the perfect fit for our line of Titebond wood glues and for both the professional carpenter’s toolbox or a shelf in the home workshop.”

The glue is available in eight- and 16-ounce bottles. For information, visit www.titebond.com.

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5 Thursday, 08 September 2011 00:07
TomW
I'd appreciate it if either you or the vendor could have reminded me what PVA glue is. I am not a chemist.

While new glues are great, why could not someone, up-front, provide a general description like Wikipedia did, "Polyvinyl acetate is a component of a widely-used type of glue, referred to variously as wood glue, white glue, carpenter's glue, school glue or PVA glue."?
4 Wednesday, 07 September 2011 23:23
Dan Walters
This glue is not listed on the website given.
3 Wednesday, 07 September 2011 22:10
James tompkins
I have use titebond only in all my wood projects. In fact on onew occasion I asked them to advise me on which glue to use when making a cutting board. They told me that titebond three was the best and was safe and would not cause a medicaal problem. I will have this new glue on my shelf as soon as I can find it at Home Depot or Lowe's

Thanks Titebond.
2 Wednesday, 07 September 2011 19:15
Richard Saboda
We've always have uvesed and found a sufficient selection from Titebond to handle all our need over the last 25 years.

With this new(er) application and use sounds very active, we do have a job coming up that if it's on the market we might try to use it.
1 Wednesday, 07 September 2011 18:25
Dwight Everett
can't find this on your website! Is this new or the older trim and molding white glue?