I'm installing an engineered hardwood product in my office, 5" Shaw Epic hardwood. It is tongue and groove, but not a click-lock type. For a floating installation, the tongues and grooves need to be glued together. There's a 20-second video of the installation at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zkn_qtL8snw.
I have a bit of a time crunch (I want the floor in before the carpet guys come in a few days) and I'm not sure I can get ahold of any proper tongue and groove adhesive in time. The folks at local hardware stores I've asked look at me funny and say they haven't seen non-click-lock hardwood in 5 or 10 years.
Can I use regular wood glue for this, instead of tongue and groove adhesive? If not, is there another easy-to-obtain alternative?
It will be installed on foam underlay over OSB over dimpled foundation membrane over concrete in my basement, if that matters.