Especially these sentences under "Limitations":
"Store product below 75°F. Storage above this temperature may cause product to thicken and reduce the usable shelf life. If thickened, shake vigorously by firmly tapping bottle on a hard surface until product is restored to original form."
When we had a heat wave with several days over 100 degrees recently, I brought the glues inside the house.
After cleaning it out yesterday I tried using it again today and before long it started acting up again. I had it stored inside the house as it gets hot here in Nevada. Screw it, I tossed it out and went back to just using the TB bottle. Works great every time. Thanks BillF
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