|Jan 05, 2006, 07:44 PM|
3M Super 77 spray adhesive in Melbourne
Great news for us.
I have been trying to find 3M Multi-Purpose spray adhesive for use on my Alula. Unfortunately every Officeworks store in Victoria is out of stock and it will be the end of January before new stock arrives That wouldn't suit my Camperdown build
So I let my fingers do the walking and found a local supplier of 3M products. They always have stock of Super 77 - the real stuff for only $14 for the huge can (the Multi-Purpose costs $20 at Officeworks).
The supplier is Wayne Richardson Supplies at 1960 Hume Highway, Somerton.
If you ring 3M they can tell you where your nearest supplier is.
|Jan 05, 2006, 07:50 PM|
Nice find there - I'm sure it'll be better than your CA experience with the foam *ooops*.
When you say this is the "real" 3M77, do you mean it's the formula that won't etch/eat the foam (as rapidly)?
|Jan 06, 2006, 05:13 PM|
mmmmm... Cyclohexane, sounds delightfully bad for human lungs
Thanks for the information, is definately going to be useful one day.
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