1) Submitted by
Louis, from Falmouth, ME
The epoxy cures to a pale brown color and won't drip out of clamped joints. It's very strong and holds cracks in table-tops together. The generous gel time allows for unhurried work on pieces.
It has one tiny problem though, the directions say to use lacquer thinner to clean up the excess epoxy. Regular paint thinner works better and leaves a much lighter stain on sanded wood.
2) Submitted by
Eric I, from Haymarket, VA
I used this epoxy to fill some knots and checks in a cutting board. It worked very well. Seems like it should hold up quite well...
3) Submitted by
John B, from Tooele, UT
This is one of the best, if not THE best epoxy glue you'll ever need. I have done hundreds of tests with this glue, and never has the glue seperated before the materials. This is good stuff.
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- 12/28/2012 See more...