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..........isn't stainable! I bought a bottle of this stuff on an impulse because the name caught my eye. Trust me when I say that it is no more stainable than any other wood glue. It is also very clumpy and difficult to spread because of the wood fibers mixed into the glue. Don't waste your time, or mess up a project, by using this stuff.
 

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So what does that tell you?
 

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There IS no stainable glue or woodfiller, just advertising. "Stainable" stuff will, in fact, suck up stain. But it will have no color resemblance to stained wood.

I had the best luck with the colored wood filler at the BORGs, mixing colors if needed, to get the right tone.
 

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The closest thing to a really 'stainable' glue is old fashioned horse-hide glue. It is organic. The best stainable technique is to keep it off the good wood.
 
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