Most of this video is about repairing a guitar nut, but I share it for what
is shown in the first minute or so:
The hardness of Baking Soda mixed with Super Glue
There are other videos showing the mixture used as a gap filler, etc. and
then filed, shaped, etc.
One video notes that the mixture gets very hot, so you'll want to avoid
getting any on your skin while it cures.
Probably not. I saw an elderly lady who inadvertently put some super
glue in her eyes instead of her regular drops. The ophthalmologist
said not to worry--the moisture would make them turn loose overnight.
On Wednesday, May 18, 2016 at 9:22:52 PM UTC-4, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
OK, so why does Google Groups ask me if I want to translate this post
When I say Yes, it says it translated it from Slovak to English. The only
thing that changed was that "Roberta" became "Robert".
GG is so frigging weird.
replying to DerbyDad03, Dan wrote:
This was a common procedure about 20-odd years ago. While it does work in the
short term, over a period of years there is an on-going chemical process that
will exude a brown, sticky residue along with a distinct bleach odor. This will
come through paints eventually and ruin your work. A much better substitute is
micro balloons as a filler. Micro balloons are a tiny glass bubble, and can be
found in most hobby shops. No ongoing reaction to the best of my knowledge. dan
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