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queries | 13:59 Tue 28th Feb 2012 | DIY
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Can anyone recommend a seriously strong glue that will stick metal and wood together?

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Metal and wood both swell and contract at different rates and so you need an adhesive which is flexible. You don't say what you wish to join, but probably a contact adhesive such as Evostik would be best.
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Depends on the type of wood, the type of metal, the expected temperature range, the humidity, the forces likely to be encountered.
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I would suggest Araldite.
I know there are a few ones about but Araldite Standard might be a good option- as i don't know what you are bonding i can't help further but give this a go.
I am not sure what you're bonding but I know Araldite has been around for ages and their Standard adhesive does most jobs. Sorry i can't give you a specific as i don't know how heavy the wood or metal is. Their website might help as well.
Araldite every time.
Araldite, treat the metal surface as per instructions to get a good bond.
Metal to wood .... What are you doing?
I'm having a little bet you're gluing on a cupboard handle.....if I'm right, just bear in mind it will work for a short while then simply come off.....

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