Wood glue, also known as carpenter’s glue, is a type of adhesive that is commonly used by woodworkers and cabinetmakers. It is used to secure pieces of wood together and reinforce joints. Carpenter’s glue is available in different strengths, allowing for various uses. Cabinetmakers often use wood glue along with staples and nails to provide extra support. They may also apply glue to all joints or connections to make the entire unit more secure. Most wood glues can be sanded and stained without affecting the appearance of the wood. The drying time of wood glue varies depending on the type and ingredients, with some drying quickly in cold and wet climates. Others may take longer to dry before work on the cabinets can continue. Most types of wood glue have a longer bonding time, allowing the cabinetmaker to make adjustments before the glue dries completely.