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  • Sebastian
    Try to use Loctite 326 speedbonder. I use it without a primer. To remove put a razor blade between the magnet and can Take care with yours fingers or kill the
    Message 1 of 6 , Nov 1, 2004
      Try to use Loctite 326 speedbonder.
      I use it without a primer.
      To remove put a razor blade between the magnet and can
      Take care with yours fingers or kill the edge
      Good luck.

      --- In slotcars2@yahoogroups.com, "redsslotter" <redsslotter@y...>
      wrote:
      >
      > okay, lets start with magnets. I've been told to apply with crazy
      > glue but what if you wish to remove magnet at a later time. Won't
      the
      > plastic break or crack. I was thinking about trying something like
      > clear silicone. I've used it around the house and it seems to hold
      > pretty good but will allow you to remove item if needed. I thought
      > maybe heat would be a problem but it says on the tube that it's
      good
      > to 400 deg. and I can't imagine that the motors would get near
      that
      > hot. Has anybody tried using silicone or any other product besides
      > crazy glue with any success? Thanks in advance for any help you
      can
      > throw my way, Danny.
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