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dennis wake09/10/2010 18:50:04
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hi ALL
 while in my lokal pound land stor i found that they were selling no more nailes for yes you got it a £1. this is a saving of a bout £6
this is no more nails express 550g size.
dennis

Oddjob09/10/2010 19:48:39
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Hi Dennis
 
Have you checked whether there is a "use by" date?  I have seen similar offers where the product was almost useless due to its age.
Also. I would only advise use on Nomore nails for fairly rustic applications - not at all suitable for cabinet quality work.
 
Richard
dennis wake09/10/2010 23:09:11
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hi Oddjob
   ther is no use by date on the glue. i am using it for my segmented work and after using it tonight i have found it to be a fast and strong glue  which is exactly what i need.
  dennis

Edited By dennis wake on 09/10/2010 23:09:45

Doug10/10/2010 09:09:04
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It wouldn`t have been my first choice Dennis, but it certainly sticks wood to plaster well, so it should stick wood to wood.
 
Good luck & let us know how you get on with your turning.
 
 
Cheers.
 
 
Baz  
Alan T.11/10/2010 19:23:27
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Hello Dennis,   What kind of adhesive is it please?    Cheers   Alan T.
dennis wake11/10/2010 21:29:19
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hi Alan
   it is a pva glue. i have been using it for my segments and found that withit being a fast set glue i am able to do several segments together at about 5 min intervals between each glue up.
  dennis
Ralph Harvey11/10/2010 23:10:40
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Thats a great price Dennis
 
I have been using no more nails for a  while and like you say it is a quick set glue, only i have been paying nearer £4 to £4.50 a pot.!
 
Only thing i would watch is iif it has been allowed to freeze ? it is then useless, dosnt sound like it though.
 
Ralph
dennis wake11/10/2010 23:16:19
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hi Ralph
     it seems as if it is ok. i am able to glue the segments together rather fast so it is ok for me.
  dennis

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