|Oct 08, 2012, 05:14 AM|
Joined Apr 2001
Foam-Tac Works on wood
Hi Guys, it's me again, and I just wanted to clarify something about Foam-Tac. I want everyone to know that you can use Foam-Tac on just about anything from foam to wood to plastic. I have been experimenting and I have found that Foam-Tac works just as well on all types of wood as well as foam. I have made hinges on bare balsa, ply and basswood and Foam-Tac holds it just like foam. It will also work on Mylar type covering you know like M----O-Kote and U---A-Kote, all you have to do is rough up the surface a little with sandpaper to get a better bite
but otherwise it works the same as on foam. So give it a try you will love it.
|Nov 28, 2012, 06:20 AM|
It works on Carbon Fiber too
HELL, I glued my Santa Fe to my mother's Forrester, and now the cars are USELESS, permanently stuck together!
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