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 Formula for non-slip

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copain
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PostSubject: Formula for non-slip   November 5th 2013, 1:03 pm

Does anyone have a formula for making one's own belt non-slip, similar to the G.C. kind? Seems to me I read somewhere that the stuff is simply violin bow rosin chips dissolved in alcohol. But amounts? Denatured alcohol? Isopropyl? Thanks in advance for any helpful replies.
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PostSubject: Re: Formula for non-slip   December 29th 2013, 9:52 pm

uses ethanol, Isoproyl alcohol and resin (AKA-pine tree sap). % is shown in MSDS.

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PostSubject: Re: Formula for non-slip   December 30th 2013, 2:36 pm

Thanks for the reply, but what is "96"? What is the difference, if any, between "resin" and "rosin"? And, to repeat part of my original query, what amounts are called for?
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PostSubject: Re: Formula for non-slip   May 8th 2014, 1:18 pm

Also some of the brands of the phono "non slip" has a grit or sand in it.

Typically I find a good cleaning with denatured alcohol on the surfaces does the trick.
However on idlers and such rubber parts, I swear by PRB rubber rejuv. Available from Russel Industries last I got some.
Note, but into a different bottle, as it will dissolve or crack the plastic bottle it comes in after 10 yrs or so.
Makes a heck of a mess on the workbench. Mad 
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