What is a good, cost-effective exterior glue?
Andy Rae: I’ve used Titebond® II and Titebond III with good results. Both glues hold up well to wet/dry cycles in the weather and cost pennies on the dollar compared to other exterior adhesives. I prefer Titebond III as it has a higher rating for outdoor use. However, if my life is hanging on the margin, and the project demands the very best, I use a two-part, marine-grade epoxy. A good epoxy lets me sleep better at night.
John Brock: I’ve used polyurethane and the new Titebond III. I use so little that cost is of very little consideration. I preferred the Titebond III as it did not stain my fingers so much and didn’t foam up making another mess to clean up.