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And it's glued up. I got pretty much everything exactly how I wanted it here, with some hammer taps, and Titebond II. I have to say, after using Titebond III for probably more than a year now, I really prefer Titebond II.


The standout differences are that III is more exterior/water-resistant, holds a tad more powerfully, and is more expensive. The product infos tell me that III has 2x the open time of II, but I've found the opposite to be true. I've used about 4 bottles of III in my time, and they all set in about 10 minutes - as stated - and then I'm stuck, literally. With II - only one bottle so far - it flows a lot faster, spreads more easily, without adding in any water, and gives me all the time I needed to scrape and clean up all the cracks and crevices and corners before it's dry. I'm sold!

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Taken on June 9, 2009