Re: Appropriate glue for attaching stop block to the wooden slide in a diatonic
I had a successful repair using TiteBond III. The joint was clamped overnight with a small ViseGrip c-clamp. A piece of cardboard was placed under the clamp foot at the face of the endplate to protect the finish.
However, discussing my re-gluing procedure with accordion builder Ed Poullard, he warned that the joint would be weak because of the glue-on-glue contact. He said the proper repair would require sanding the joint to allow the glue to bond to the wood instead of residual glue. This requires removing the block and performing some pretty delicate sanding work on the slide.