Just recently used some of that poly-urethane glue that foams up while curing. Was marrying purpleheart to maple and it holds like a son-of-a-gun. The best feature (so far...first time using it) was the ease of getting rid of the squeeze-out. It just shaves off like sponge toffee. Verrrrry interesting!
Quit finding stuff out so easily! I had to do a whole review of Gorilla Glue to find that out....
It is pretty cool how that scraps off though huh? I use it on all my "good wood boxes and such now because I dont' worry about excess glue contaminating the wood and messing up the finish.
You can see my story about Gorilla Glue at the link below, if you haven't already been experiementing yourself!
Hey, fine article, Tom. I wish I had read it beforehand but I luckily did it correctly anyways. At a woodworking show I overheard the 'authority' saying that one or two sessions of the glue freezing, will kill it. I guess keeping it in the fridge is fine since it doesn't usually go down to the freezing point, but that sounds to me like you're cutting it close. The one I used was the Titebond version and, so far, it is doing a great job.