CA glue question
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Sorry folks, I know it's been asked before but I lost a lot of my bookmarks. What's the preferred source for CA glue?
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#12
  Re: CA glue question by Angus (Sorry folks, I know ...)
I use starbond. The biggest reason is our club orders it a couple times a year and we order enough it ships free. Still, even with shipping it's a good product and reasonably priced. They also have a big selection in viscosity and color choices.
Steve K


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#13
  Re: Re: CA glue question by Steve K (I use starbond. The ...)
Yep Steve has it right and it only cost $30 for a 16oz bottle and they send you 4 smaller bottles to fill and the thin drip nozzles too.

http://www.starbond.com/

You have to call to order since they do not sell it on their site.

Good to hear from you again my friend.

Arlin
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  Re: Re: CA glue question by Arlin Eastman (Yep Steve has it rig...)
Thanks guys, I hadn't considered it before but that black CA is going to make my life a whole lot easier
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#15
  Re: CA glue question by Angus (Sorry folks, I know ...)
I still use the E-Z Bond Wooden wonders sold. You can still get it here.
http://www.exoticblanks.com/Glues-and-Epoxies/

I don't use much CA, A bottle will last me years. I keep it in the refrigerator.
will try the Starbond when my bottle runs out
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#16
  Re: Re: CA glue question by Angus (Thanks guys, I hadn'...)
Angus

I think including Black they have pink and 2 other colors. I also wanted to get black so it will show in-between the cracks or I should say the seams.

I think it would really highlight the wood like that.

Arlin
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#17
  Re: Re: CA glue question by Arlin Eastman (Angus[br][br]I think...)
be prepared Arlin, the black is double the cost of clear. A 16 oz bottle of black is $60.00
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  Re: Re: CA glue question by Woodshop (I still use the E-Z ...)
Woodshop said:


I still use the E-Z Bond Wooden wonders sold. You can still get it here.
http://www.exoticblanks.com/Glues-and-Epoxies/

I don't use much CA, A bottle will last me years. I keep it in the refrigerator.
will try the Starbond when my bottle runs out




I door see this product on that website?
I searched "ez bond" and it only found CA products.
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#19
  Re: Re: CA glue question by Angus (be prepared Arlin, t...)
Yah

I forgot about that but it is still cheaper then by the 2 or 3 oz bottles from others.
I would use Medium CA clue and add black India ink to change it instead.

Arlin
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#20
  Re: Re: CA glue question by Woodshop (I still use the E-Z ...)
Don

The company you mentioned there thin CA viscosity is only at 50 cps but Starbond is 2 or 3 cps which is soooo much better at penetrating especially if you use inlayed metals or other things.

http://www.exoticblanks.com/E-Z-Bond-16-...Label.html

To this

http://www.starbond.com/

Plus it comes with 4 small plastic bottles with lids and the small flexible tips that allow very good delivery

Arlin
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