Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: Cedar Hill, MO.
Agree with Garmar keep away from heat and moisture. a woodturning club member buys 16oz bottles and store them in a small refrigerator at 40 degrees and it will extend shelf life for years. he uses small 1oz at a time for turning. but cold glue is slower to set and works great if you need to glue in a logo into a finial or clip (hut products for logos).
I use thick ca to glue for my tubes so if there a gap between my blank and tube, its fill up with glue for a strong hold. medium ca i use for my finishes, center bands and logos. thin ca for cracks, filling, repairs or for stabilizing blanks as I turn them if need, like black palm and so on. Just the way I use ca for pens.
"Just because your not bleeding, don't mean your turning safely"..