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Old Nov 05, 2012, 06:58 AM
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Originally Posted by dr.E View Post
This comes from the FoamTac Site (I don't see any difference in what the reps said vs the instructions that are on the web)

http://www.foam-tac.com/home.aspx

Helpful Hints / Directions
HELPFUL HINTS
Less is more! Apply a thin line of Foam-Tac to surfaces; add more only if needed.
Foam-Tac's bond "welds" foam together for making invisible butt-joints & seams. Once cured, bond is stronger than the foam itself.
Great for reattaching broken ailerons.
Won't glue fingers together - not a cyanoacrylate.
Never leaves any residue on surfaces.



DIRECTIONS
All surfaces must be clean, dry, and free of dust and grease.
Remove white cap & save for storage. Screw on applicator tip & snip.
Apply a thin layer of glue to each side of materials to be joined.
Wait a few seconds and then firmly press parts together and immediately separate for 4-5 seconds more. Rejoin parts, firmly pressing surfaces together for a permanent bond.
Allow to dry for 20-30 minutes for a strong bond with a full cure within 24 hours or less.
ALWAYS REPLACE THE FLAT WHITE CAP AFTER EACH USE TO KEEP GLUE FROM THICKENING

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rqctR...ayer_embedded#!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XhW8k...layer_embedded
'Taint what is on the card of the Foam-Tac I bought. Looking at it right here in my hot little hand.

I am not saying it is not the best thing since sliced bread. I do;t know that, as I have yet to use it. Just no need to be obnoxious toward those who are using it off-card...since folks who claim to be from the manuf are also suggesting it be used in a means outside that which is prescribed on the material that comes with the product.
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