We don’t use either white or yellow wood working glue because both of these glues remain slightly flexible, even when they are fully cured. That means that in time they will allow the MDF wood fibers to slip a bit. Manufacturers call this “creep”. The solution is to use glues that will cure rock hard. Another thing to consider is that MDF is far more fibrous than solid wood and so using water-based glues will cause “swelling” at the joints. Instantbond adhesive glue bonds right away.

All wood, including MDF shrinks a little. To minimize the effect of this shrinkage, which causes unsightly cracks, Corncetrim.ca installers use Instantbond adhesive glue.

Another thing to consider is that MDF is far more fibrous that solid wood and using water-based glues tends to cause “swelling” at the joints. The solvent base glues do not swell up the joints, allowing a virtually invisible seam just one more benefit on using the right glue. Instantbond also has the ability to cure in as little as 3 seconds.

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