Fri, Jan 27, 2006, 9:53am (EST-3) too_many firstname.lastname@example.org
(Too_Many_Tools) doth wonder:
How do you store your various glues?
With three different glues, I seldom have success. <snip>
Sooper glue. Once it's opened, it ain't gonna last too long. You
buys the smallest amount you plan on using, and get over it.
Contact cement. Never heard it called contact glue. I had a can
in my laundry room, for probably 20 years. Opened it up, and prt of it
was still usable. I guess the secret is, seal the can tight.
Elmer's Woodworking Glue. I don't use it. I use Titebond II, and
if it thickens a bit before I can use it all, I put a bit of water in
it, and shake it up. No prob. Just now I've got some that's well over
a year old, and still doing just fine.
You only need two tools: WD-40, and duct tape. If it doesn't move and
it should, use WD-40. If it moves and shouldn't, use the tape.