LAS VEGAS - Franklin International’s Titebond® No-Run, No-Drip Wood Glue is as quick as it is thick: It sets in three to five minutes, without running, making it ideal for finish and trim work, crown moldings, baseboards and other vertical applications where woodworkers
and carpenters need the glue to stay put and work fast.
Franklin International is giving woodworkers and carpenters a thick – and quick – solution for bonding wood in vertical applications with its new Titebond No-Run, No-Drip Wood Glue, making its debut at booth 2518 during AWFS® Fair 2011.
Titebond No-Run, No-Drip Wood Glue is the highest viscosity PVA wood glue on the market. It stays right where it’s put, for easy, neat gluing of interior trim carpentry from floor to ceiling - from baseboards to crown molding, chair railing to decorative cabinetry pieces, and beyond.
The newest Titebond wood glue lets woodworkers and trim carpenters get the job done quickly, too. It is Franklin International’s fastest-drying PVA wood glue, providing three to five minutes of working time. Its strong initial tack holds trim in place as soon as it is positioned, enabling the craftsman to move right on to the next piece.
Although it eliminates the mess thinner wood glues likely would cause, Titebond No-Run, No-Drip Wood Glue also provides the additional convenience of water cleanup. Plus, once applied and cured, it can be easily sanded for the superior finish professionals demand. In addition, water-based formulation makes it safe for people and the environment.
“Titebond No-Run, No-Drip Wood Glue gives craftsmen a fast, easy and professional way to handle wood bonding jobs in any situation where traditional glue might run and potentially compromise the quality of the finished project,” said Franklin International’s director of marketing Craig Stone. “It is the perfect fit for our line of Titebond wood glues and for both the professional carpenter’s toolbox or a shelf in the home workshop.”
Titebond No-Run, No-Drip Wood Glue is available in eight- and 16-ounce bottles through woodworking stores as well as major hardware stores and builder supply stores. For more information, woodworkers and carpenters can visit www.titebond.com
About Franklin International: Established in 1935, Franklin International is among the largest privately held manufacturers of adhesives and sealants in the U.S. The company employs approximately 400 at its headquarters, laboratory and plant, in Columbus, Ohio; eight distribution centers across the U.S.; and a new plant in Guangzhou, China. Franklin provides local support to customers domestically and globally through a network of 75 independent sales representatives and direct field sales associates. The company maintains two divisions: the Construction Division, which manufactures a complete line of Titebond® wood glues for cabinet shops and hobbyists as well as a full line of Titebond® adhesives and sealants for construction professionals and do-it-yourselfers who demand the professional touch; and Franklin Adhesives & Polymers, which provides adhesives to industrial wood-assembly plants and pressure sensitive adhesives to label manufacturers.
Source: Franklin International
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