In this past year I read an article in one of the woodworking magazines
where they explained how to decode the numbers printed on the glue bottles
of the leading manufacturers. As you can imagine a year shelf life is not a
long time unless you working on a big project and to buy glue that's been
sitting around...well you get the picture. So I can't remember where I read
it & I can't find the info on the net and I need to get some titebond lll &
was hoping to be able to determine how fresh it was.
Anybody else know this info?
Sat, Apr 28, 2007, 8:18am firstname.lastname@example.org (Chris) doth mumble:
<snip> As you can imagine a year shelf life is not a long time unless
you working on a big project and to buy glue that's been sitting
around...well you get the picture. <snip>
Yeah I get the picture. Or at least A picture. It's a no brainer,
if you've got nothing better to do then worry about something like that,
buy smaller bottles of glue.
If you don't ask the right questions, the answers don't matter.
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