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#1 posted 12-11-2018 06:21 PM



Rink, I wouldn t use thin CA.Thick would be better because it takes a little long to cure. I use Titebond glue.

I agree. You misunderstood me. I wasn’t going to use the thin CA for the skewers. I was going to use Titebond for the skewers and thin CA in the cracks themselves. Except now I see that the cracks are widening a bit and thin CA may be too thin. So my thought is to let it stabilize for now, use the skewer method and fill the cracks according to how wide they are. I’ll post the result when it happens.


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