Picking the best glue for a DIY project can be overwhelming since there are dozens of choices. In this story, we answer the question of what type of glue to use for exterior wood.
By the DIY experts of The Family Handyman Magazine:February 2002
An exterior-grade yellow woodworking glue may work fine for outdoor projects, such as repairing a deck railing post that has a piece broken off, especially if it’s protected by a coat of paint. But it’s not my first choice. I would use a polyurethane-based glue. It’s fully waterproof and bonds wood and other materials well. It’s not gap-filling, so be sure to get a good fit and clamp it.
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