Musical instrument construction uses it for wood - metal
joints. Reputed to be very strong, no water content,
non-hygroscopic, so it won't rust hidden metal surfaces
and later fail. It's also a good way to use up expired shellac,
which I have no shortage of. Fun stuff to make if you
have a pyromaniac streak, end result is a lovely caramel -
colored syrup, looks almost good enough to eat.
You candle it over an alcohol flame same way you do furniture repair
sticks I assume.
Thanks Father Haskell, I didn't know shellac was used that way... good
info.. Better than the dumb argument over SawStop...
On 10/2/2011 2:30 AM, Jeff Gorman wrote:
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