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Don't Use Smelly Glue Salem NH

Your smelly glue may be OK; a bad odor does not necessarily mean the glue has gone bad. But consider what your project is worth and whether you want to risk joint failure for the price of a bottle of glue.

Rockler Woodworking and Hardware #34
(603) 898-5941
373 S. Broadway
Salem, NH

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Jim Rogers Sawmill
(800) 422-6250
117-R Jewett St.
Georgetown, MA

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(603) 894-7700
77 Rockingham Park Blvd
Salem, NH
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Abbott-treat Industrial
(978) 685-5115
20 Winter St
Lawrence, MA
 
Arthur Sharp Farm Supply Inc.
(978) 374-4044
21 Middlesex St
Haverhill, MA
 
Northland Forest Products, Inc.
(603) 642-3665
16 Church StreetPO Box 369
Kingston, NH

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All Righteous Woods - Fruit of the Earth -
(978) 948-7329
288 Newburyport Turnpike Rte 1
Rowley, MA

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(978) 241-1861
25 Computer Drive
Haverhill, MA
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Bridge Street True Value
(603) 635-1521
122 Bridge St
Pelham, NH
 
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(603) 382-5600
63 Plaistow Rd
Plaistow, NH
 
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Don't Use Smelly Glue

Don't Use Smelly Glue

Buying glue by the gallon costs less, but  it may not be a good investment if you use glue infrequently. After a while, leftover glue can develop a bad smell. According to the folks at Franklin Adhesives, your bestbet is to toss the old stuff and buy a fresh bottle. Glues have a preservative in them to keep bacteria or fungus from setting up shop. But the
preservative only delays the inevitable. Your smelly  glue may beOK; a bad odor does not necessarily mean the glue has gone bad. Butconsider what your project is worth and whether you want to risk jointfailure for the price of a bottle of glue. Most woodworking glue has a one-yearshelf life. Even though it's tempting to buy a big bottle tosave money, it's better to buy glue in a size youknow you'll use up in a year. Here's a good tip: Write the purchase date on the glue bottle. That way, you'll know when it's time to buy fresh.

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