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Q: While renovating a home in New Jersey, I found a fungus-like growth a few inches long growing between the tile floor and the base molding in the bathroom. The house is on a concrete slab. Is there anywhere I can have this growth tested to see if it is poria?
Q: What’s the best wood glue for less than ideal joints requiring gap filling?
Q: What’s the best wood glue for end-grain applications — miter joints, for example?
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