Typically medium-strength adhesives, glues bond two materials together. These include wood glues and general-purpose liquids, putty, tapes, sticks, and dots.
Create moderate-strength bonds between a variety of materials, including metal, plastic, wood, and foam.
Simplify your projects with adhesives that won't drip, run, or spill.
Adhesive dots provide an instant bond right where you want it, with no cure time required.
Reusable adhesive putty is an alternative to other removable options such as tape, staples, and magnets. Putty won't dry out and comes in a resealable bag to maintain adhesive properties.
Tape glue strips are adhesive on both sides. Cut the right-sized strip for your application.
Glue stick swipes onto material with light pressure.
These glues provide the high bonding strength required when working with hard and soft wood, particleboard, plywood, and other porous surfaces.