Yellow woodworking glue has been used for a long time in wood working to bond wood to get wood working done. There is a much better glue that wood workers will have a better time with and it is called Unibond. This unique glue holds a lot better, and doesn’t slide around when you are trying to bond two things together. It also leaves much cleaner lines, the lines don’t move around and hold the bond much more tightly.
- Unibond 800 provides strong bond quality without the high water content of other cold-press adhesives.
- Unibond 800 has to be mixed, but smaller batches can be done by hand.
- The best way to apply is to pour in zig-zags and spread with a foam roller.
“Urea resin adhesives are an industry standard for veneering. Many, however, require high temperatures for proper bonding, so they aren’t suitable for small shops and individual woodworkers.”