My favorite wooden spoon is starting to crack down the middle -- right down the middle of the bowl of the spoon. Is there a food-safe glue I can use to hold it together? Any other ideas?
Could I pour Elmer's glue in little puddles that match the grain on my subfloor so that when I paint it with porch paint there will be some texture? Or would it just break up the first time someone walked on it? [more inside]
I have great old speakers with peeling wood veneer. How should I go about fixing them? [more inside]
There's some green, glue-like substance on several spots of my brand new fence (put up by a contractor along with a whole big reno). What is it? Is it easy to get off?
What epoxy/adhesives are recommended for adhering acrylic to wood with a permanent, strong bond? [more inside]
I just found out you can print on wood veneer! How can I prevent the wood from cracking along grain lines without laminating it into super-thickness? [more inside]
Is there a wood glue that can take occasional immersion in boiling water and is foodsafe? [more inside]
woodworkers and/or adhesive experts: Is there some way to "seal" a thin piece of cedar wood so that it won't split? [more inside]
What is the best way to mount paper to wood? [more inside]