Titebond glue

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Description

[Franklin International, OH] A trademark for a family of wood glues. Titebond, the first aliphatic resin glue in the US, was marketed in the early 1940s. It is a water-soluble tacky resin that dries to a hard, tough, durable translucent film. Titebond works well with both soft and hard woods.

Synonyms and Related Terms

Titebond Wood Glue; Titebond II

Other Properties

Soluble in water before drying.

Hazards and Safety

Franklin Glue: MSDS for original Titebond wood glue

Additional Information

Franklin Glue: Titebond Website

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