Wood glue is designed to hold strong and create long-lasting wood joints, but it takes a while to dry. Hot glue, on the other hand, hardens almost instantly. The combination of the two makes for a perfect method of building sturdy wood joints.
If you’ve ever worked with hot glue, you know how much it smarts when it gets on your skin. You can’t even pull it off until it cools. Here’s a tick to help with both of those problems.