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PJ

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I have just bought a bottle of this for making a wash basin cabinet. I normally use Cascamite or Titebond Original but liked the sound of the extended working time and lower temperature curing without the mixing.
The results were good on the gluing front doing all it claimed but the colour of the glue in the bottle is a lightish off brown and does not dry much clearer. The cabinet is made out of sycamore and any less the perfect edge jointing results in a sligthly visible glue line.
Anyone else came across this with this glue?

Philip
 

Losos

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Phillip - Sorry I haven't used it, but could you say what the lower temp. curing is. Right now we're in deepest winter with minus ten outside and in the shop it can go down to plus 2 or even plus 1 overnight so an adhesive which will cure at these temperatures would be of use to me.
 

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Losos - bottle says "keep from freezing" "store inside" and "only use when temperature of glue and materials is above 45F"

Andrew
 

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