"This is the first time I've used this product and I'm very satisfied with the result. Applicator makes it easy to get the glue in the correct place but should you get any in the wrong place it wipes of easily with a damp cloth.
I gave it longer to dry than recommended (3 hrs as opposed to 30 mins) but the resulting joint feels very secure.
Always used Evostik wood glue in the past but will use this in future."
"it made my first wood glueing experience a nice one. A little bit runny, but it might be my lack of experience. I love the nozzle, easy to use, helps to apply the glue on the wood. Easy to wipe when done straigh away. Grabs quickly.
"Have used a range of PVA glues in the past but needed a very strong external glue for repairing the joints of the garden bench - so needed to be waterproof. Reviews on a well known Internet search engine seemed to suggest this was the right product for me.
It was very reasonably priced, easy to use and apply. Drying times were as described and early indications are very good. I will only really know how durable it is after a season in the garden but after a couple of weeks the glue has held very strong and we have had some very wet weather."
"Ive been using pva wood glue for years and i bought this because i heard it was good. well its fantastic its amazingly strong when its dry better than other glues ive used ,i made some step up boxes with it out of ply and glued and screwed it together. very solid now . glad i bought it price was ok bottle was smallish but the applicator let the glue out sparingly and i did all four step boxes with it ..smart :)"
"thought it looked rather expensive, but it works very well, and seems very strong. The applicator works especially well at applying thin an even lines of glue, which make it go further. Also the applicator hasn't yet blocked up requiring surgery with a Stanley knife, which is what usually happens."
"Just about the worst wood glue I've ever used, runny and weak. Fast grab? Butt jointed 50 mm square douglas fir clamped tight with sash clamps and left for 3 hours, when I loosened the clamps ALL joints fell apart. OK the wood may have been a tad green but used my go to glue immediately afterwards on the same wood and got a good tight bond within 90 minutes.
It may be better on completely dry seasoned wood but I personally would not take the chance"