Using Flex Glue on Wood

One of our most popular questions is “Can I Use Flex Glue on Wood?” Yes, both Flex Glue and Flex Glue Clear can definitely be used on wood – and with tremendous success! Flex Glue is waterproof, paintable, and doesn’t run or drip for overhead applications, making it the optimal adhesive for use on wood.

Comparing Flex Glue to Construction Adhesive

Many construction adhesives are too thick and unable to penetrate like traditional wood glues. Construction adhesives often don't dry as hard as wood glue and can be prone to separation under pressure.

Flex Glue is thick but penetrable, making it a perfect adhesive for wood. After placing Flex Glue directly onto wood, it will adhere quickly, and once fully cured, will provide a high-quality, dependable bond.

See How Our Customers Use Flex Glue on Wood

Customers have found a variety of Flex Glue applications on wood, including interior and exterior home repairs along with woodworking projects. We’ve collected real reviews to offer first-hand accounts – and to provide inspiration for your next project.

"This is the best to use I’ve use it for bonded wood products I have, it’s easy to use and not messy. Sticks perfect together within minutes what I like the most so the size it was enough to help me with the projects I was doing, will definitely get again."

- Punkin

"Excellent Product for binding wood products together, used on wooden dining room chairs."

- Ken Thompson

"A few days ago I received Flex Glue Clear...I like how it works since it can be used dry or wet, it is transparent, it can be used on almost any surface such as stone, wood, Vinyl, etc. and is fast drying. My husband works in construction and he really liked that he will start using it at work. This glue is the best I recommend them a lot."

- Sofis

"I am the type of person to glue things back together instead of using hammers and nails. When I got this glue, I was so excited to try it out and let me tell you, you really can use it on anything. I glued wood together, a ceramic pot back together and much more. It’s clear so you can’t even tell. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who needs to glue anything."

- Chask

"This flex glue is fantastic! I had some wooden dining room chairs that I was just ready to throw away and this glue saved them! I tried other wood glues and none held good,they would work for a short time and the chair started falling apart again.i decided to give flex glue a try and I'm so glad that I did before throwing good chairs away... and my chairs are STILL holding up just like the day I bought them!"

- Shelly6683

In addition to wood, Flex Glue can be used on countless other surfaces, including brick, stone, metal, concrete, granite, stucco, plaster, masonry, fiberglass, and more.

For more information on best practices when using our products, please refer to our FAQs or give us a call. Flex on!

By Eric Hamilton

Eric is a Web Content Specialist at The Flex Seal Family of Products, where he helps manage and produce digital content.

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