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PostSubject: Glue & Epoxy.   June 23rd 2018, 12:06 am

As Alfred E, Newham W7ECCH once said: Epoxy can be cured.

The local dollar store is carrying a few types of 2 part epoxy. Stock seems to depend on what the main dist, sends them.
 I have tried their "Super Glue", 2 part epoxy, and other types of glues.
 Maybe not the best quality sometimes, but I have never had any real problems with them, unless I forgot to clean the parts to be  stuck with denatured alcohol.

So you have a cheap solution tor an up and coming sticky situation.



(Yeah, I do have a penchant for bad puns, if you couldn't tell. Paranomasia can be incurable. Why I remember the time I wanted to join Paranoids Anon, but they wouldn't tell me where they met.....).
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