How to glue loose dove-tailed joints.

Dove-tailed joints are an extremely competent way of traditionally jointing sections of wood at right angles to one another. They provide a very strong furniture joint by adding stability to the structure and are used historically in the manufacture of chairs, tables, cupboards, sideboards and dressers. Whilst these are among the strongest cut joints in carpentry they are also glued to to supplement the joint bond by giving them extra strength and support. Wood glues which were used extensively in the furniture manufacturing business have a weakness – they succumb to humidity causing the glue to shrink and erode, leaving loose dove-tailed joints that require an application of glue to firm them up. The most effective glue is currently superglue which does the job efficiently – if the right brand is chosen. The group of superglues known as cyanoacrylates are resistant to shrinkage as they are solvent free and have become the glue of choice for practically all gluing applications. When choosing the superglue to strengthen the dove-tail wood joints, it is essential to choose the most efficient product with the best track record. There are a number of superglues to choose from but ensure your product choice complies fully with the criteria that defines the most effective gluing solution from a strength, longevity and material compatibility perspective. It should also be safe both from a material compatibility and toxic standpoint and should provide an invisible finish line on the target material.

The most effective superglue has been recently developed.

The challenge of finding a super efficient superglue has drawn to a successful conclusion with the arrival on the market of an amazing cyanoacrylate based superglue developed by CT1 the expert sealant and adhesive inventor and manufacturer to the Construction Industry.  This excellent superglue is manufactured to the highest specification to meet the stringent demands of all Construction applications.