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#1 posted 08-03-2020 10:48 PM

Yup – treat it like latex paint – let it dry and toss in the trash. Old sawdust works well to speed it up, as does plenty of other stuff you may have abound the house. Or if you aren’t in a hurry, just pour it into one of those disposable plastic take out food containers you get at the fast food places, and set it somewhere out of the way for a while.

BTW: I had some titebond that got pretty thick and I thought was gone. But the titebond site said you can add a bit of water to it to make it flow again – which I did. Added a bit of distilled water, shook it up, and it’s been working fine since. YMMV.


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