If you've got a wooden piece of furniture that needs some fixing, Selleys Aquadhere is the answer!

Learn how to quickly and easily repair most wooden items without the need for drills or hammers.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced
1 Hour

What You Need

  • Selleys Aquadhere Interior
  • Clean rag
  • Clamps/weights (to secure bond while glue dries)

Easy as..

  1. Make sure the surfaces to be glued fit closely, are dry and grease free.
  2. Shake the bottle first.
  3. Apply a generous amount of Aquadhere Interior to one surface only and bring surfaces to be glued together.
  4. Wipe excess Aquadhere Interior off with a damp cloth while still wet.  
  5. Apply weight to the joint or clamp it to maintain pressure and keep pieces in place while the adhesive cures.

Handy Tips

  • Clamp softwood for 30 minutes and hardwood for 1 hour. 
  • Make sure you don’t stress the joint for at least 12 hours.


Selleys Aquadhere Durabond

Selleys Aquadhere Durabond is suitable for bonding wood to almost anything, is easily sandable, paintable & stainable. Perfect for jobs requiring extra durability.

Selleys Aquadhere Exterior

Selleys Aquadhere Exterior produces bonds stronger than most woods and is weatherproof, so it is excellent for exterior projects.

Selleys Aquadhere Interior

Selleys Aquadhere Interior is a high quality interior PVA wood glue that is suitable for everything from woodwork to craft.

Selleys Aquadhere Quick Set

Selleys Aquadhere Quick Set is a quick setting PVA wood glue that is suitable for all types of wood, sets twice as fast compared to normal PVAs.

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