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WHITE WOOD ADHESIVE BECOMES TRANSPARENT WHEN DRY

BE AWARE OF THE 'WHITE POINT’

White wood adhesive consists of artificial resin PVAc (polivinylacetate) emulsified in water. This white adhesive is transparent when dry. In the winter you must ensure that the ambient temperature, plus the temperature of the adhesive and the material being bonded is high enough to become transparent. White wood adhesive has a ‘white point’. If you glue under the white point the adhesive remains white and the adhesive film is brittle. Above the white point the adhesive dries out to become a strong, transparent adhesive film.

Regarding Bison Wood Adhesive D2 and Wood Adhesive Extra D3 the white point is 5°C, and for Wood Adhesive Topspeed D2 it’s 10°C.



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