How to Remove Gorilla Glue from Skin – 4 Different Methods

Have you ever used Gorilla Glue? Chances are if you have, you were immediately impressed with how strong the glue is. Gorilla Glue is often used to make furniture because of its strength and the fact that it is made with polyurethane. The best method to remove gorilla glue from skin is to wipe your hands,

What is Ceramic Glue

What is Ceramic Glue?

Ceramic glue is a powerful adhesive that can repair cracked or broken ceramic dishes, fixtures, ornaments, mugs, antiques– you name it. Ceramic glues have a long shelf life and, when applied properly, can make your ceramics work and even look like new. Ceramics can be precious valuables or economic household solutions, but either way, nobody

How long does wood glue take to dry

How Long Does Wood Glue Take to Dry?

Have you ever wondered how long does wood glue take to dry? This question is a serious concern for every woodworker, and if you’re focused on creating beautiful projects that will stand the test of time, it’s a concern you’ll need to know how to address. Today, we’ll answer the question of how long does

best woodworking glue

The Best Woodworking Glue For Your Next DIY Project

Wood glue isn’t exactly a new invention. In fact, glue and adhesives have been used since ancient times to complete woodworking projects. Though the concept is very old, the technology has certainly changed. In modern times, there are actually a number of different adhesives that are designed and best used for specific projects and purposes.

What is a dowel?

What is a Dowel? Using Dowels to Build Furniture and More

You may have heard the term “dowel rod”. Well, a dowel is more-or-less a miniature version of a dowel rod. The more common name for the miniature “rods” is “dowel pins”, and they most often are made of wood, plastic or metal. The small, solid, cylindrical shape makes this pin versatile and it is used for many

the best clamps for woodworking

The Best Clamps For Woodworking

The more you discover the world of woodworking the more you hear “you just can’t have too many clamps”.  I can’t tell you how many times I have thought this or heard it reiterated from a fellow woodworker.   Clamps are the quintessential accessory for most woodworking projects.  Something I learned early on is that without