If you get lazy like I do from time to time, I don’t always follow the recommended instructions for Gorilla Glue to use gloves when using the Polyurethane glue.
If you do happen to get some on your hands, here is a quick video on some removal techniques. Bonus tip: use coffee grounds and soap mixture if you don’t have a pumice based hand cleaner.
A quick video showing the glue-up and assembly of the long rails on my Split-Top Roubo bench using drawbore pin joinery.
Two of the most common comments I hear from fellow woodworkers about Gorilla Glue are that “it foams” and I didn’t know they make a PVA wood glue.
As far as foaming, yes, this is how polyurethane-based glues dry and cure. In many cases people use too much of it, or forget to read the instructions that calls for dampening one side of the surface to be glued to help activate the glue.
In terms of their Wood Glue (Type II- PVA), I’ve used this product for years and have been
pleased with it’s performance, … Read More »