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We have a wide range of automotive rubber sealants available at www.dencodistributing.com that will likely meet your needs. Have a great day!

Adhesives,... | Answered on Mar 29, 2018


Some joint compounds will say that they are ready mixed so you can use those right from the bucket but if it doesn't then you'll have to mix it yourself. But don't worry its not too hard, this short video has good and easy to follow instructions.

Adhesives,... | Answered on Mar 12, 2018


Hello below is answer:
Curing Time: The cure of Loctite PL S10 varies with temperature and humidity. The following times assume 75° F (24° C), 50% relative humidity, and a joint ½" (13 mm) wide by ¼" (6 mm) deep. Skins over: overnight or within 24 hours Full cure: approximately 7 days.

Loctite PL S10... | Answered on Dec 15, 2017


The best product that will not harm the poster or window is silicone caulk. There are also some crystal clear adhesives made from silicone now available.

Adhesives,... | Answered on Nov 19, 2017


Soak it in water for a day then rub it off.

Tulip Fashion... | Answered on Nov 02, 2017

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How to get superglue off fingers


Through necessity when nothing else was available, I found that acetone / nail polish remover dissolves or at least softens superglue.
After the back of a folded tube burst, hands covered in the stuff, I tried various products.
Hand soap, dishwasher, Handy Andy and Methlylated spirits have little effect.
Laquer thinners also helps a bit, although acetone seems best.
Pour full bottle into glass or metal container - not plastic, which will melt..
When rinsing hands in acetone, rub & scrub to remove stubborn bits still stuck.
Concentrate under fingernails, where skin and nail meet.
After removal, re-bottle actetone for future use.
Lanolin oil in skin will also be removed, so after acetone-bath, wash well with hand soap, rinse, treat skin if required with a moisturizer cream.
If your'e a guy, live with it - it'll give your hands a manly, rugged outdoor look! :)

on Oct 19, 2017 | Adhesives, Coatings & Sealants


If it's a mobile home he probably has it 2-12 pitch roof I would use roll roofing instead of shingles hope this helps

Adhesives,... | Answered on Mar 19, 2017


There is no effective long term way to store tubes of silicon. Even unopened tubes have a finite shelf life. I have found the most effective way to store opened tubes for medium lenght time, is to allow a bit of excess to flow over the tip, and allow it to form a plug. In a few months, this plug may extend the full length of the nozzle, but you can push this out with a piece of steel rod (from the tip end). I keep my tubes of silicone and caulking in a cool dry place. I've never tried the bucket of water method, so I don't know how successful that would be.

Adhesives,... | Answered on Mar 15, 2017


no this is overkill. the seem tape is only necessary for seems, screw holes can be covered by a coat of joint compound, and sanded smooth after it dries

Adhesives,... | Answered on Jul 27, 2015


They're not the same thing, spackle is used to fill in holes or indetations made from nails in drywall while joint compounds are used to join drywall panels together.

Adhesives,... | Answered on Jul 27, 2015


at least 2. I would suggest to look closely after the second coat dries. if you have a smooth transition than it is fine, if not, a third thin coat should make the finished product look better

Adhesives,... | Answered on Jul 27, 2015


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