|Mike Rieder||15/02/2018 12:28:30|
44 forum posts
hi does anyone know how to get hold of the liquid weld Simon Coker talks about in the latest mag? Tried google etc but it only brings up an old video with no contact details.
Edited By Mike Rieder on 15/02/2018 12:30:12
|Eagle 899||15/02/2018 12:36:51|
179 forum posts
I bought some at Weston Park, good stuff.
This is on the insert:-
1900 forum posts
If you are looking for plastic glue try Plastic Magic. It works on all plastics I have tried , it on including that slightly flexible stuff that normally you wouldn't even consider trying to glue here is link
try it it's great stuff. John
Edited By Pete B - Moderator on 16/02/2018 18:49:36
|Bob Cotsford||15/02/2018 15:59:17|
8032 forum posts
I was tempted after seeing the article, but £21 a bottle? Liquid Weld or Liquid Gold?
John - this stuff is reported to stick just about anything, not just plastics!
|Eagle 899||15/02/2018 16:13:39|
179 forum posts
Buy it at the shows it's much cheaper.
I bought the 3 pack (£34) for either £10 or £15 can't remember, but certainly no more.
|Martin McIntosh||16/02/2018 08:21:07|
2953 forum posts
I bought a pack of this a few years ago at the Nats having watched the demo. Not quite so impressed when I came to use it, and after opening the shelf life was very short although keeping it in the fridge may have helped. We did use some where I used to work for gluing plastic parts but they needed clamping for quite a while before it set.
Polyolefin primer used in conjunction with any c.a. is much more effective; pricey though. It lets you glue polythene to polythene if you so wish.
|81 forum posts|
I've been using Liquid Weld for many years now. I have always purchased it at the shows for much less than the price on their website.
On first seeing the demo, I wasn't convinced that it would live up to the claims made but it really did.
Like Simon Cocker, it is my go-to adhesive for most jobs around the house and modelling fixes. My current bottle has been kept in the fridge for several years and only removed for use recently, but, in the past, I've found it has a long shelf life once opened.
I have no connection with Liquid Weld but would recommend it without reservation
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