I have a watch with a titanium band, and I didn't notice that I got a
glob of glue on it (I'm not sure what type of glue, but I think it's
something like Titebond). Any ideas on how to get it off? Soak the
band in warm water, scrub w/toothbrush, etc.? Thanks for any help you
can give me...
Dan Dresner, for some reason only he knows, replies:
Soak the band in warm water or warm water with vinegar in it. After the glue
softens, scrub with an old toothbrush.
Smash the watch? Have I missed something by not watching prime time TV?
"Ain't no man can avoid being born average, but there ain't no man got to be
common." Satchel Paige
On 31 Oct 2003 11:20:39 -0800, firstname.lastname@example.org (PC Gameplayer) wrote:
It's Ti ! You could probably dunk it in conc. nitric if you want to.
Actually don't do this - the pins are probably steel. If there's an
oxide film finish on there (grey or colous) then acids may change that
If it's Titebond or other PVA, hot water will be enough (for a couple
of days). Poly shoudl be left until hard then picked off. No glue will
give a good bond to Ti.
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