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When to moisten fibers on wood when using glue?

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BillTheBuilder replied the topic: When to moisten fibers on wood when using glue?

Sorry it has been sometime to reply to this, but thanks again for the info.
As far as the Gorilla glue mine was in the shop and froze. :(. So guess I will have to get another tube, only this one will be a very smaller size.
When I come upon a project that calls for it, lol.
Thanks again Colin and Giddyup
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Glen replied the topic: When to moisten fibers on wood when using glue?

Bill-- Poly glues don't actually need water to cure. Rather they cure in the presence of moisture. So poly glue on one piece & either a light spray bottle misting or quick wipe of a wet rag on the other surface is all it takes to actuate the glue. Just remember that poly glue only needs the presence of moisture.
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BillTheBuilder replied the topic: When to moisten fibers on wood when using glue?

Ohh ok I got it! Per say there are certain types of lets say adhesives that require two parts to "bond" apply one on one piece and the actuator on the piece to get them to umm well "bond" haha. I understand just early in the morning here.

Thanks.
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