A.Yes. Both glues will form a bond stronger than the wood itself. The main difference between the two glues is in application characteristics.
Both glues belong to a class of glues called PVAs, because they are based on a resin called polyvinyl acetate. White glues like Elmer’s were the first glues of this type to be introduced. While they are perfectly fine for gluing wood (and a host of other porous materials), they do not sand well, tend to run, and have low initial tack. Yellow...
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