Re: Lead Trap Repair?

Yes it can be fixed. IT is prob not worth the effort on your part. Replace it with plastic.

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You need bee wax, ticking and lead. A wood slapper too.

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Umm...how old are you?
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clean it up a slap some "Plumbers Goop" available at most hardware stores. Two bucks and worth a try
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I found that marine epoxy works best. Get Marinetex. Get the white color. Two part system.
On Sun, 13 Feb 2005 17:33:55 GMT, Champagne Jan

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