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O41biger
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Forum Posts: 5
17th Sep 2017 13:54  
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hi folks need to know if anyone has used clear fix adhesive sold by toostation it say can be used under water l am not so sure a bit unsure to use it if anyone can give me feedback I would most grateful. Thank o41biger

colinhubbard
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Forum Posts: 189
17th Sep 2017 15:39  
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Yep I've used it to fix water pick ups and outlets also rudder tubes and not had any problems with it sealing brass to wood and plastic to wood. Seems to take modeling enamel paint okay as well once fully cured. But my personal favourite glue is epoxy from pound land, you get a clamp and spatula free with it as well.
Happy sticking Colin.


Fair winds and calm waters,
COLIN.
RNinMunich
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17th Sep 2017 15:52  
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Agree with Colin, I use UHU clear epoxy, comes in Slow, Fast and Super Fast! With spatula and mixing dish. Don't all get all stuck up😉
Cheers Doug 😎
BTW Colin, how's the salvage operation going? 🤔


"The brain is not intended to store facts. It is for thinking, and for knowing where to find the facts !" Albert Einstein. 😉 cheers Doug
O41biger
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Forum Posts: 5
17th Sep 2017 19:08  
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Thanks guys for info I will try Poundland Uhu epoxy being new to boat building I am happy that someone replied I thought it may have been covered in older posts. Thanks o41biger 👍