A.Carl Hagstrom responds: "Carpenter’s" glue generally comes in two flavors: polyvinyl acetate (better known as white glue) and aliphatic resin (yellow glue).

When I spoke to Mark Roberts at Franklin International, manufacturers of Titebond wood glue, he said that their white and yellow glues can undergo five freeze/thaw cycles before they should be discarded. Frozen glue often thaws to a thicker consistency, and Roberts mentioned that up to 5% water can be added (by volume or weight) to thin their...

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