I have some steel which I want to glue to wood. After cleaning up the
steel, should I put glue directly on that, or should I prime the steel
first? I assume that whichever method is used, roughening the metal is
important to give the glue more 'grip' - is this right?
Any help much appreciated.
We were somewhere around Barstow, on the edge of the desert, when the
I recently hot-glued wood to steel, plastic (ABS) and aluminium. It was
only a foot long, by 1/2" and 1" wide, but I was surprised at the bond
strength. No sign of any of it failing yet, but it's not really stressed
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