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Date: 10/17/20 07:07
I need a slow drying super glue
Author: Highhood

A typ that would take about 30 seconds to fully set.

This will be used on wood

Tia for responses

Jon Fink
Schenectady, NY



Date: 10/17/20 07:55
Re: I need a slow drying super glue
Author: BAB

Dont know what you are using but the stuff I get from Harbor Freight is about that long. 



Date: 10/17/20 08:10
Re: I need a slow drying super glue
Author: SD608708

Zap has a slow setting super glue. It has a yellow label. It gives you time to adjust the parts you are gluing.

Paul B
Canton, GA



Date: 10/17/20 10:00
Re: I need a slow drying super glue
Author: wjpyper

Go to http://bsi-inc.com Bob Smith Industries of Atascadero, California has I variety of CA glues. I have been using them for years.
Bill Pyper
Lacey, WA
 



Date: 10/17/20 14:30
Re: I need a slow drying super glue
Author: exhaustED

Put your superglue in the fridge before using it. A 10 degree drop in temperature roughly halves the rate of a chemical reaction.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 10/17/20 14:31 by exhaustED.



Date: 10/17/20 16:36
Re: I need a slow drying super glue
Author: ESPEE5318

Thick = slow
Thin = Fast



Date: 10/17/20 18:37
Re: I need a slow drying super glue
Author: wabash2800

Slow superglue is often referred to as "gap filler". I prefer the slow glue as it appears to hold better.

Victor A. Baird
http://www.erstwhilepublications.com



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