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Thread: What is a good adhesive for applying leather to a wood surface?

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    I've used Titebond , wood glue , but I'm sure any wood glue would work . Apply the glue evenly to both surfaces , and clamp it between two boards for 30 min. , remove the clamps , and let it sit for 24 hrs.

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    Barge Cement. I like to use this glue as the first choice for adhesive leather to other materials. As an avid artisan, it works great no matter what material I try to glue. This is really satisfying me.

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    Plain old contact cement that you can get at any home improvement store. If you apply to both sides and let it get tacky, almost dry then CAREFULLY apply it where you want it and roll it on with a roller with as much pressure as possible then let it dry overnight you won't be able to get it off if you try.
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