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Glow-in-the-Dark Glue Twinsburg OH

The additive makes Titebond II?Fluorescent glow under black light, whether it's wet or dry (you can buy a black-light bulb for about $10 at a home center). Titebond II Fluorescent glue can be used for both indoor and outdoor projects, so it will replace Titebond Fluorescent, which has been available for about a year.

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8211 Macedonia Commons
Macedonia, OH
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21000 Libby Rd
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3460 Mayfield Rd
Cleveland Heights, OH
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4066 Medina Rd
Fairlawn, OH
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18800 N Market Pl Drive
Aurora, OH
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9585 State Route 14
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325 Howe Ave
Cuyahoga Falls, OH
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3355 Steelyard Drive
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21669 Center Ridge Rd
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Glow-in-the-Dark Glue

Glow-in-the-Dark Glue

 

The wrong time to discover glue spots is when you're staining. But dried glue is so hard to see on unfinished wood, it's easy to miss until its too late. The folks at Titebond have come up with a nifty solution: Fluorescent glue. It glows under black light, so you can see and remove excess glue before it's too late. Titebond II Fluorescent glue has all the working characteristics of Titebond II Premium glue, plus a fluorescent additive, for about 50 cents more per 16-oz. bottle. The additive makes Titebond II?Fluorescent glow under black light, whether it's wet or dry (you can buy a black-light bulb for about $10 at a home center). Titebond II Fluorescent glue  can be used for both indoor and outdoor projects, so it will replace Titebond Fluorescent, which has been available for about a year.

Source:
Franklin International, (800) 347-4583, wwwTitebond.com, Titebond II Flourescent Glue16-oz. bottle, about $8. 1-gal. jug, about $23. 


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