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It expands. It will foam out of your joint if you apply too much. It also does stain your fingers and those stains will not wash off.
 

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It expands. It will foam out of your joint if you apply too much. It also does stain your fingers and those stains will not wash off.
I think the original post had a picture of the yellow glue product rather than the original urethane product.

I tried the Gorilla glue urethane and had the same issues of staining. Worse part is the stuff hardened in the bottle within a few weeks. Turned out to be a waste of money.
 

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I'm a big fan of gorilla wood glue.
Not the foamy crap. But then again I've used that urethane kind on log furniture and it's solid as a rock!!!!.....or log I should say.
 

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Just used Gorilla Glue (non urethane) for a cedar deck project over the summer. Splined my mitres and glued up my joints with it. No shrinkage that I noticed, grabbed like a son of bitch. Definitely a two thumbs up!
 
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