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Select Lowe's Stores: 10oz Titebond Brown Interior/Exterior Wood Adhesive

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Lowe's has 10oz Titebond Brown Interior/Exterior Wood Adhesive for $1.79. Select free in-store pickup where stock permits. Thanks digeratist

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Picked up a bunch of these bottles for 1.79 (regularly 5.98). 1 location around me said 13 in stock, but they had probably double that when I got to the store.

This works out to be 17.9 cents per oz.

If you need a ton, Home Depot has the 2 pack of gallon jugs for 42.99 (equating to 16.8 cents per oz).

A normal gallon runs ~$28 (21.9 cents per oz).


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http://blog.titebond.com/page/how...onger-life

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Most adhesives manufacturers stamp an official shelf life on their products to limit liability in case poor storage conditions cause product failure. The stated shelf life of wood glue typically is one to two years. However, the expected shelf life of many glues typically stretches well past those few years. For example, store a bottle of white or yellow wood glue (polyvinyl acetate, or PVA glue) in optimum conditions, and it can last 10 years or longer. This goes for our popular Titebond® Original, Titebond II and Titebond III PVA glues, too.
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Unless my math sucks, you'd have to buy 13 of these to get a gallon which would be $23.27.

You can buy a gallon of Titebond III at Lowes between 24 and 27 any day.

Not really that much of a deal.

Couple of notes: Titebond 3 has longer working time than Titebond 2, but the glue dries darker than Titebond 2, which can be a problem in some projects because it leaves a dark brown glue line.

Titebond 2 is less expensive and is also marketed as "weather safe", although TB3 is generally believed to be "more" weather resistant than TB2. That said, lots of people on woodworking forums have reported using TB2 on outdoor stuff with no ill effects. Take that for what it is
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I've had a gallon sitting in a freezing garage (in winter) for more than two years... it turned out in globs but I just added water, shaked, and was able to use it normally. I didn't see any compromise on the joints for more than a year now.
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2.79 regular price near me
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Does this expire like caulk?
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http://blog.titebond.com/page/how...onger-life

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Most adhesives manufacturers stamp an official shelf life on their products to limit liability in case poor storage conditions cause product failure. The stated shelf life of wood glue typically is one to two years. However, the expected shelf life of many glues typically stretches well past those few years. For example, store a bottle of white or yellow wood glue (polyvinyl acetate, or PVA glue) in optimum conditions, and it can last 10 years or longer. This goes for our popular Titebond® Original, Titebond II and Titebond III PVA glues, too.
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Plenty in SC at that price, but none around me in CA, and shipping not available.
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great deal if you have some around you. One store close to me has 46 at that price.
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$2.99 was the regular price for me. Saved 40%. Bought 3. Thanks OP! Repped.
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I've had a gallon sitting in a freezing garage (in winter) for more than two years... it turned out in globs but I just added water, shaked, and was able to use it normally. I didn't see any compromise on the joints for more than a year now.
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Thanks OP. Nothing close to me but the HD two pack is available. I'll get that one instead.
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Nice find! Bought a few for $1.79 with coupon and CB. Repped.
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Not weather proof
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keep it sealed and in conditioned space (like inside the house) and it'll be fine for a while. Most glues/sealants are affected more by air (water based stuff mostly) and being open. The solvent stuff will outgas and turn hard/brittle faster over time (many expensive caulks).

I was told by a chemical engineer once that keep it from extreme temps, from air/sunlight/uv (some things cure via UV) and it'll last longer.
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Nice. This ends up being only a few bucks cheaper than the every day price of the gallon jugs, which is what I buy. 21 cents per ounce is normal price. So if you can replicate this deal it's about a 18-20 cents savings per bottle, plus you have to drive to get it vs Amazon delivery.
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Full price, how to get lower price?
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