Wood glue is not designed for restoring Vinyl Records. It should NEVER be used on rare records, or records with musical or cultural significance, as the wood glue is capapble of causing irreparable damage in a number ways.
Wood glue is specifically designed to form a lifelong bond to surfaces that it is applied to, and when applied to a records surface it will not always successfully come away from the vinyl surface cleanly. Tiny fragments of wood glue can be brittle and tear off in the microscopic crevices in the walls of the record, and if ruining your irreplaceable piece of vinyl is not enough, you also run the risk of the remaining wood glue catching onto your stylus; if you are using a high quality stylus and cartridge that could cost you thousands of dollars in damage.
When you remove REViRGiNiZER from your records surface, it is designed to separate gently and easily from the record surface so there is nothing left behind in the record grooves that could ruin a valuable record, or damage your stylus.
When wood glue is separated from the vinyl records surface, there is a high amounts of force exerted on the delicate peaks and walls of the record grooves, which can cause the grooves to deform, split or separate from the record completely. Vinyl records that are starting to structurally break down or are fragile and brittle are particularly at risk of irreparable damage from wood glue.
REViRGiNiZER is very soft and elastic and exerts almost no stress on any part of the vinyl record.
When wood glue is applied to a vinyl record and left to dry, it then needs to be forcefully peeled from the surface. The result of separating the two dry surfaces is that an enormous static charge is generated. The static charge is then absorbed by the surface of the vinyl record, effectively turning the record into a huge dust magnet. REViRGiNiZER is a polymer that when removed from a record does not cause static on the vinyls surface..