I'm assembling 3 test flat packs and they are nearly all glued up with no nails. Takes a little longer clampingbut less work to cover up holes in the long run. I am thinking i want to run a bead of caulk/adhesive along every joint on the inside for the overkill factor. They are all dadoed so its not really needed but i was wondering what everyone recommends. Construction adhesive seems like it would be quite good for this task but maybe latex caulk could remain more elastic but adhere well. Dont want to build green glue due to the price. At some point ill probably just start spraying duratex on the inside. I have some of their sound deadening compound but its akward to use in tight places.
Im going to also spray shellac on the inside and outside of the cabinets to seal them up.
If you could recommend a type and brand you like or prefer it would be appreciated.