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You might want to post a photo. If the "wood" veneer is some sort of PVC plastic, then many typical woodworking glues will not adhere well. Depending on how well it is bonded with the material underneath, you also run the risk of it separating from that with the extra mass on it. But this seems to be one of those cases where the hassle of contact ...


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Are you able to hide any part of the webbing on the edges? If so, I'd just use staples around the perimeter of the webbing. If the entire webbing is meant to be visible, this obviously is not an option. I have seen people use Gorilla Contact Adhesive to use cane webbing over both wood and glass in situations where the entire webbing needs to be visible. It's ...


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I would like to use TB 3 Ultimate to glue stacks of 4"x4"x8' together in a overlapping configuration to make a 12" tall garden bed. Why do you want to use Titebond 3? It's waterproof and all, but it doesn't fill the gaps that are sure to happen with rough lumber like typical 4x4" stock. You'd be far better off with construction adhesive. ...


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With it hold up under Pacific NW east cascade weather? Nobody can give you a definitive answer to this as there are too many maybes. If you want to use Titebond III the best advice is to read what Franklin themselves say about its properties on their website and make your own call. If you have any reservations about using it — and I think you should have ...


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