Yes, cedar can be glued together using wood glue.
To glue the cedar together, you will need to apply wood glue to both surfaces and clamp the pieces together until the glue dries.
One benefit of cedar is that it is a natural insect repellent. So if you are looking for a material to use for the exterior of your home, cedar is a good option. It will help to keep insects at bay, which is beneficial, especially if you live in an area with a lot of bugs. Additionally, cedar is a good insulator and can help to keep your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
There are a few tips to using cedar glue that will help get the best results:
- Always use cedar glue on cedar surfaces. It will not work as well on other woods.
- Make sure the surfaces are clean and dry before applying the glue.
- Apply the glue in a thin coat and let it dry completely before using the surface.
If you are using cedar glue to bond two pieces of cedar together, make sure the surfaces are clean and dry before applying the glue. Apply the glue in a thin coat and let it dry completely. The glued pieces should then be clamped together until the glue dries.