RE: [bolger] Re: Tenn. Update ( P. L. Premium glue)
- As far as heating PL Premium, I just soak the squeeze bottle in a sink full
of hot water. Make sure the bottle is sealed tight. Flows fine.
Sanding....has not been a real problem for me.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Hal Lynch [mailto:hal@...]
> Sent: Wednesday, June 06, 2001 12:04 PM
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> Subject: [bolger] Re: Tenn. Update ( P. L. Premium glue)
> > I would add that this was last November in my unheated
> >garage- if the glue was hot, it might compress and spread
> Last fall when I was laminating the strips for the rub rails on
> my Teal it took two men and a boy to squeeze PL Prem. out of the
> bottle. A little heat and it thinned right out. Went on smooth
> and thin. Admittedly the rub rails were narrow and I used a lot
> of clamps and screws, but the joint is hard to see.
> > Also, make sure you clean up any P. L. that squeezes out
> >of the joint, as it is hard to sand once cured, and also
> >bubbles up.
> Strongly agree on all counts.
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