Miracle Glue is an excellent glue but it needs a tight bond. The surfaces have to be flush together. If there is a gap, say, a loose dowel in a chair or a loose leg on a table you can use a filler with Miracle Glue to help with the repair. This way you can repair the chair or table without having to take it apart.
You can put some dry baking soda (or cornstarch or talcum powder) down into the crack between the dowel and the piece it’s in. Work it in until it’s packed tightly, then blow off any loose powder. Add 2-3 drops of glue at the joint and within a few seconds it will be like concrete.
Sawdust also makes an excellent fill when working with wood. One simply fills the hole with the right color sawdust and applies drops of glue. You may have to build up the sawdust and glue in increments until you have the desired thickness.
Attempting to mix a fill which you will then put into a hole is an exercise in futility. It will turn into a solid in seconds.
Miracle Glue will do a great job repairing a thousand household items. It is the same base as Super Glue or Krazy Glue but the solvents have been distilled out. Being pure it is much stronger than either Super Glue or Krazy Glue and it also dries clear and flexible and it won’t melt things like neoprene. But the really wonderful thing about Miracle Glue is that you get to use it all. Most customers, storing it in the fridge, are keeping the glue for around three years. It won’t keep forever but you should be able to get around three of years out of it. If you are going on a trip take it with you, it will come in handy, just don’t leave it out in the sun. When you get home put it back in the fridge.