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#11624950 - 05/25/16 08:23 AM Glue Bottles
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How do you keep them from clogging ?!?

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#11624990 - 05/25/16 08:37 AM Re: Glue Bottles [Re: jigbutch]
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I used the same one for close to two years, with no issues. Now, every time I go to use it, it is clogged up?? I plan to replace it and see if I get another "trouble free" couple of years.
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#11625153 - 05/25/16 09:32 AM Re: Glue Bottles [Re: jigbutch]
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You mean Head Cement bottle?
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#11625287 - 05/25/16 10:21 AM Re: Glue Bottles [Re: pepop]
REDGUN Offline
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Originally Posted By: pepop
You mean Head Cement bottle?


I assumed thats the one he was talking about?? Thats the one that just started giving me trouble.....


Edited by REDGUN (05/25/16 10:22 AM)
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#11627460 - 05/26/16 07:50 AM Re: Glue Bottles [Re: REDGUN]
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I haven't had any trouble since I started mixing my own "Head Cement".
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#11627593 - 05/26/16 08:53 AM Re: Glue Bottles [Re: jigbutch]
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If you keep it thin and use it regular, like almost every day you should never have that problem at least if you mix your own like I do and Pepop learned to do. It's easy and cheap over the long term. I still have the sane 2 qt cans I started with over 10 years ago now and both are at least half full still today!

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#11627708 - 05/26/16 09:40 AM Re: Glue Bottles [Re: Skip_48]
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Originally Posted By: Skip_48
If you keep it thin and use it regular, like almost every day you should never have that problem at least if you mix your own like I do and Pepop learned to do.


I am having the trouble with "factory" water based head cement, probbably the same stuff the OP is using. It is "gumming up" on the inside of the cap, around the nozzle.

I wonder if it could be thinned with a little water????
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#11627725 - 05/26/16 09:48 AM Re: Glue Bottles [Re: jigbutch]
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Looks like it's time for Skip to share his recipe again.

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#11628083 - 05/26/16 11:52 AM Re: Glue Bottles [Re: Txmedic033]
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Originally Posted By: Txmedic033
Looks like it's time for Skip to share his recipe again.


MEK Solvent & Gloss Laquer, a 50/50 (approximate) mix. I bought both components in 1qt cans and transferred all into 4, 16oz restaurant condiment squeeze bottles then I mixed a pint in a 5th bottle to refil my "needle point" applicator bottle. IDK but I OBVIOUSLY use WAY more than Skip does because I've been mixing for less than 1 year and I've probably used 1/2 of the pint bottle I mix in! Anyway, it's good stuff and even though I'm probably using WAY too much it's still a lot more economical than buying the 1oz bottles of head cement at 3-4 bucks a pop!
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#11628484 - 05/26/16 02:35 PM Re: Glue Bottles [Re: Skip_48]
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I listened to and tried to follow your suggestions, Skip...mixed MEK with polyurethane...works well, but I do not use it regularly..I guess that is the problem
Originally Posted By: Skip_48
If you keep it thin and use it regular, like almost every day you should never have that problem at least if you mix your own like I do and Pepop learned to do. It's easy and cheap over the long term. I still have the sane 2 qt cans I started with over 10 years ago now and both are at least half full still today!

Skip

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#11629949 - 05/27/16 08:44 AM Re: Glue Bottles [Re: jigbutch]
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I do not use polyurethane, just regular clear high gloss lacquer. Never said anything about polyurethane. I do not know the difference actually so that may be fine, I do not know. I do know the MEK and Lacquer I use on every jig I tie that is not a thread neck style. If thread neck style I make some flexible glue that is the same as Dave's Flexament, but that is totally different stuff.

Also different that Pepop I do not mix it all! I put some of each in desperate bottles and keep for adding more. I start with my little plastic bottle mixed and if it gets low I add a little of each in. If it gets a little thick I just add s little more MEK! I would never mix it all as it will not stay that consistsnce over time and will thicken so at some point Pepop will have to add more MEK I believe!

Skip


Edited by Skip_48 (05/27/16 08:48 AM)
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