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Gene Howe

Flourescent Glue Squeeze Out Video

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For those who are members of, or have access to, a woodworking club, maybe work a deal to order, say, a five gallon container, then split the cost and the glue into reasonable quantities?  Or maybe the same deal with a lumber yard?

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4 hours ago, PostalTom said:

For those who are members of, or have access to, a woodworking club, maybe work a deal to order, say, a five gallon container, then split the cost and the glue into reasonable quantities?  Or maybe the same deal with a lumber yard?

That is an excellent idea, I am going to work on that

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On 3/5/2018 at 10:48 AM, Gene Howe said:

Well, there you have it. Thanks Herb. 

A gallon wouldn't be bad but, the last gallon of TBII I had went all lumpy before it got used. 

Maybe just bleed into a quart.:lol:

Just got the answer back from Franklin Glue.

 

 

Temperatures above 75°F will degrade the shelf life of the product. We recommend 24 month shelf life on this product. Refrigeration will help extend the shelf life. Hope this information is helpful.

 

Please let us know if you have any further questions.

 

Thank you,

 

Ronisha Byrd

Technical Service Specialist

Franklin International

614-445-1343

 

I ordered a gal. from Woodworkers Supply and some 16 oz. empty bottles to break it down into smaller bottles and will store it in the refer on the back porch along with my CA glue.

 

Herb

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Herb, thanks a bunch for taking the time to get that info. It's good to know. Although, it rarely gets above 75 in AZ....hah.

When I get a gallon, I'll do what you do. 

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Not sue why anyone with a hobby shop would need that much glue. Besides, I don't have a lot of problems with glue ruining surfaces I finish. Course I do not do production work.

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9 hours ago, Dadio said:

Well I got my Black light,and some empty bottles now waiting on the glue. Also moved the beer around in the refer to make room for it when it arrives.

Herb

What????!!!!

 

Herb, we need to have a discussion about priorities!  The beer was there first...    :lol:

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3 hours ago, schnewj said:

What????!!!!

 

Herb, we need to have a discussion about priorities!  The beer was there first...    :lol:

I know ,but that 50 gal. drum takes up a lot of room. Maybe I should have ordered 50 one gal. jugs instead, it was cheaper this way tho, saved me a $1.00 on shipping.

Herb

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5 minutes ago, Dadio said:

I know ,but that 50 gal. drum takes up a lot of room.

Not to mention all the room that enough ice would take to keep 50 gal of beer cold.  ;)

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2 hours ago, Dadio said:

I know ,but that 50 gal. drum takes up a lot of room. Maybe I should have ordered 50 one gal. jugs instead, it was cheaper this way tho, saved me a $1.00 on shipping.

Herb

Did you try Harbor Freight?  It may have saved on the shipping!

 

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19 hours ago, Dadio said:

moved the beer around in the refer

OH, for a minute there i thought you meant reefer - as in truck driving, reefer is the refrigerated trailer attached to a big rig truck in order to transport cold or hot items.   I was thinking there  should be enough room in there for a drum of glue and a LOT of beer.

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1 hour ago, p_toad said:

OH, for a minute there i thought you meant reefer - as in truck driving, reefer is the refrigerated trailer attached to a big rig truck in order to transport cold or hot items.   I was thinking there  should be enough room in there for a drum of glue and a LOT of beer.

 

so drink some room...

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Well the glue came the other day so I broke it down into smaller bottles and put it in the refrigerator. Found my black light this afternoon and here are the results of some dried glue spilled  on  a paper towel.

 

Herb

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Thanks Herb...

Just curious, how did you get the glue in those cans?:lol:

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