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Darci Kunard - The Glue that Holds it all Together

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Heidi J. Ellsworth, RCS president is sitting down with recurring Roofing Road Trip guest Darci Kunard from Franklin International and the Titebond brand.  Darci always has great information around sealants and caulking and in this podcast, they talk about one of Titebond’s foundational products, Titebond Glue.  They discuss the many important applications for glues.  Titebond is one of the thickest, fastest-drying water-based glue available and can be used with porous and semi-porous materials. It is ideal for wood, pottery, ceramic, stone, and glass, which covers all parts of a building’s exterior.  Discussing the importance of glues that provide a strong initial tack and fast speed of set, Darci and Heidi also talk about how roofing companies can incorporate additional exterior repairs along with roofing.   

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