OAK & TEAK EPOXY GLUE
Woods such as oak, teak, maple,
alder, apetong, araki, pau lope, osage orange, etc., may be glued with
our Oak and Teak Epoxy Glue™. For best results, it should be applied to
both surfaces to be glued and allowed to sit long enough for the wood
to soak up as much as it wants, so that when the pieces are assembled
the wood will not absorb the glue that would otherwise fill the gap between
the pieces, leading to a glue-starved joint. Scarf and butt joints are
especially prone to soaking glue out of the joint, as it wicks into the
end grain of the wood, (endgrain constitutes the open ends of the hollow
cellulose tubes of which the wood is made). Edges of plywood are notorious
for soaking up liquids.
MIXING TWO-COMPONENT PRODUCTS
In mixing two-component products, it is important that the product be thoroughly mixed or it will be physically weak when cured. The most important part of the mixing process is to mix it well in one container, transfer to a second container and mix again.
sealants and coatings are two-component systems. One part has to be mixed
with another part before they are applied. After a while, a chemical reaction
takes place, and what is created is a filler, paint or glue with exceptional
properties. It is not possible to obtain those properties by taking some
simple thing out of a can.
With all modern products there are certain safety procedures that must be observed if the user is to avoid a rash or allergy developing. Do not get the resins on your bare skin. If you do, stop what you're doing and go wash with soap and water. While casual exposure at infrequent intervals may not be harmful to most people, it is impossible to predict who will become allergic after some exposure. So, be neat and work clean.
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|Size||Price||12 oz||$24.00||[Add to Cart]|
|2 Pint Kit||$52.00||[Add to Cart]|
|2 Quart Kit||$98.00||[Add to Cart]|
|2 Gallon Kit||$295.00||[Add to Cart]|
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