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Can someone explain the science behind the code they use on the bottles of wood glue to determine the experation date. I know I have it in one of my wood magazines but trying to find that issue would be impossible.
No help here - sometimes I have found codes to actually not be codes but rather relating to run/plant/etc.
Some company have stated they don't even put a date code on them....there's a recent thread on woodnet discussing this. You may want to take a peek there...don't have link to it available.
Common things discussed were as I reall - if it was sealed, has not seperated in bottle, and not frozen it should be fine. Some can even freeze - but when you shake them good if they don't appear to mix and it seperates again the company involved said to toss to be safe.