I have had great results using the glue technique, but there are drawbacks.
If the glue dries too long, then the stiffer glue may be difficult to remove if it is too thin.
Thicker glue will not be as effective as thinner glue, and thinner layers may be difficult to remove.
If using tape to remove the residue, certain tapes will leave adhesive glue attached to the record, then alcohol/microfiber or alcohol/Kieth Monks type vacuuming is needed.
If expecting to do alot of albums, it will cost. And to be sure of problem free use, a thick outside layer of Titebond II is needed, and it is costly.
I really like the Reg Williamson Elvenol technique, but it seems to be ipossible to find. But if someone could find the viscosity or the Dow Corning part number, instructions are readily available in the LP Is Back publication. I was able to thin this glue out and really get alot of use at a low cost.