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How to glue fornner to metal floor? with contact glue? epoxy?

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First put in sub floor of wood then glue with contact cement screw in sub floor

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Need the instruction manual for a Stanley GR100 glue gun

I do not believe there is a manual. there are instructions on the package. Insert the glue stick and turn on the gun. When the glue melts and the trigger moves glue will come out the front tip. This model has 2 temperatures so if it delivers too fast or runny you can lower the temperature. You pull the trigger to push the glue stick into the heating element to melt the glue. It is pretty straight forward. As the glue stick is consumed you stick in another glue stick. I suggest testing on something before using on your project. Do be careful of the hot end. It will definitely burn you if you touch it and the glue coming out is nearly as hot as the metal.

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Hot glue guns can be used on wood, foam, plastics, metal, wires in electrical devices, diapers, cardboard, fiberboard, and paperboard, although it works better on some surfaces than on others. In addition, it can be used to bond two different surfaces together, or to fill in gaps.

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When do I need moisture control for wood flooring?

You need moisture control if laying below ground level or on concrete anywhere as concrete is porous

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Lent my glue gun to a friend and she left it on its side and now the glue is stuck in the inside. how do i get it out. i took it apart. my wife says put it in the freezer

metal or plastic part? If metal, put it in the oven on some foil until it melts off. If it's the plastic try nail polish remover.

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You could try contact cement.
If it's attached to a metal strip I would use screws on it though. Not sure of what kind/brand of weather stripping you are using.

Oct 09, 2009 | Glue Guns

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I can' get the glue stick out of the glue gun

No need for concern. Just leave it there and then the next time you use it push a new one in as needed.
I haven't met a glue gun yet where you can take out the last remnants of glue stick.
If you prefer to remove it try this:
take a paper clip and straighten it (any thin,metal object will work) Heat the glue gun,unplug it,and then heat the end of the paper clip with a lighter/candle.
Insert it into the end that you load from,sticking it into the glue stick. Wait a short time and then pull the paper clip out. The glue stick should come out with it.
I find it easier to leave the glue stick in as I said,but it's your choice.

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Metal posts to fused glass earrings

Use a 2 part epoxy. It's more work but it will work and will last forever. If you get it in a dual syringe dispenser it's not a whole lot of work to use as you just squeeze a small amount on a sheet of paper, mix it with a popsicle stick or something else disposable, then apply and wait for it to cure.

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Glue for metal needed

Hello Eddie, W/D here.

I have found one two-part epoxey that is perfect for your use. It is called JB Weld, and comes in formulations for steel and plastic. It works VERY well. I have used it to mend a crock pot, a tractor block and dozens of other items. Get some and try it. You'll be pleased. Make sure that the parts that you intend to join together are lightly sanded to give the epoxy more surface area to adhere to, and clean them free of any oils, waxes or dirt.
Best regards, --W/D--

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