October 28, 2009
This has become one of my primary glues during a boat renovation project. I also use it for cutting boards and projects that do not even need a waterproof glue. It's a little thinner than typical wood glues so it tends to run on vertical surfaces. To minimize the problem I make sure I spread a thin coat on the surface using a plastic applicator; it seems to do the trick.
August 13, 2009
The extended open time, incredible holding strength, and simple water clean-up makes this glue an easy choice over epoxy.
March 28, 2008
Titebond III is an excellent general purpose wood glue. I find it to be as strong as epoxy- without the hassle. Cleans up with water. Makes a strong joint.
January 23, 2020
TB III looses strength in service with heat. 180 degrees F will cause it to lose 70% of its strength. Any dark finish in the sun will get over 180 degrees. We had panels open up on jointlines made with TBIII and asked Titebond tech what was up. He explained the heat characteristic, saying he would never use it for anything that could get hot.