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  1. #1
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    Default Titebond 3

    Can I use TB 3 on all woodenware, including frames?

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    Default Re: Titebond 3

    Yes, I would recommend using titebond 1, 2, or 3 on frames. I haven't had a frame come apart yet and bees seem to be doing well.
    Just some thoughts.

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    Default Re: Titebond 3

    Yes, but I am not sure there is any reason to. I use Titebond III for all boxes, bottom boards and top covers, but stick to Titebond I for frames - it is less expensive and becasue it it less runny, I find it easier to work with for frames.

    -fafrd

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    Default Re: Titebond 3

    I was lazy and used it on everything
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    Default Re: Titebond 3

    Here is a link to information for all of the Titebond glues.

    The Titebond Glue Family

    Titebond II and Titebond III are FDA approved for indirect food contact.

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    Default Re: Titebond 3

    I use it for everything- it may be more expensive but that way it gets used up and doesn't get old on the shelf.

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