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  • Clyde S. Wisner
    It also doesn t stick to poly like pieces of plastic trash bags. Clyde
    Message 1 of 8 , Jul 31, 2001
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      It also doesn't stick to poly like pieces of plastic trash bags. Clyde

      david galvin wrote:

      > James,
      >
      > Don't use masking tape! You'll just glue it together with everything
      > else. Please don't ask me how I learned this--I'm still trying to
      > forget. Use wax paper or plastic food wrap (like Saran Wrap). Epoxy
      > doesn't stick to these products,
      >
      > porky
      >
      > --- In bolger@y..., jstytle@j... wrote:
      > > I have been slowly plugging away at building a Gypsy. Last night I
      > > bought a saw and cut the butt strap for the bottom. I glued and
      > nailed
      > > the strap in place. Today when I went to turn the two pieces of
      > plywood
      > > over to remove the scrap piece I had under them and bend over the
      > nail
      > > ends I found that the glue had oozed through the joint and I now had
      > a 4
      > > foot by 2 foot butt strap glued to the other side. Luckily, with a
      > pry
      > > bar and another piece of scrap wood I was able to rip off
      > (literally) the
      > > scrap piece. The glue held well enough that there are pieces of the
      > > scrap piece still glued to the two sheets of plywood. For the
      > remaining
      > > butt straps, I am planning on putting masking tape over the joint on
      > the
      > > bottom side before I apply the glue. Does anybody have a better
      > idea?
      > >
      > > James
      > >
      > >
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