Vinyl glue

Vinyl glue is a glue used in the wood and furniture industries. It is often also known as white glue, and looks like a white milky liquid with a characteristic smell that is not particularly penetrating or annoying.
It is a dispersion of polyvinyl acetate resins (PVAc) in an aqueous base and is not dangerous for humans.


It penetrates very deeply into the wood fibers, providing a very good bond, and is even stronger than the whole, original piece of wood.

It is used widely both for gluing wooden strips for the production of panels blockboard, chairs, frames and as a glue to coat particle board panels and MDF with paper, pvc, wood veneers or decorative laminates.
To obtain a sound gluing, the aqueous part must evaporate completely or be absorbed.



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