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It will stick the pieces together, sure. But only about as strong as your last kindergarden popsicle-stick project. Scrape or sand to bare wood for the glue to work as intended.

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From Titebond website:

http://www.titebond.com/resources/use/glues

Frequently Asked Questions
Can surfaces that have been painted or stained be bonded using Titebond Wood Glues?

Most of our glues are designed to bond bare wood. Painting or staining a wood blocks the pores, keeping the glue from penetrating into the wood. The Titebond Polyurethane Glue may work for gluing together painted or stained surfaces, but it is necessary to remember that the overall bond will only be as strong as the bond between the paint and the wood. We recommend that all substrates be clean of any type of paint, stain, or sealer.

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