Who invented wood glue?

Answer The inventor of wood glue is uncertain. Wood glue has been around for centuries, with the earliest depiction of its use sometime between 1500 and 1000 B.C. One example of the early use of wood glue... Read More »

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What year was wood glue invented?

Wood glue was invented sometime between 1500 B.C. and 1000 B.C. The Egyptians were one of the first cultures to use wood glue, and evidence of hide glue (a type of wood glue that is still used tod... Read More »

Could you use balsa wood to hang an heirloom crazy quilt by using fabric glue to glue it on?

Answer I would not recommend using glue on an heirloom quilt. A better solution would be to create a pocket (or sleeve) for a curtain rod to go through, and sew it to the quilt. For information on... Read More »

What is stronger white glue or wood glue?

White glue (polyvinyl acetate) is a strong wood glue, properly used. Yellow glue (aliphatic adhesive), is considered by most woodworkers to be somewhat stronger, others say they are equally strong ... Read More »

How can you separate pieces of wood which have been glued together with wood glue?

In my experience with furniture repair and refinishing I have found that I can dissolve wood glue 85% of the time with white vinegar. For the other 15% of the time when vinegar does not dissolve it... Read More »