That is just the trowel-able plastic one I like, the other things set normally. Also you can see they got a range of epoxies. All of it is waterproof and tough some are for ponds specifically.I saw this stuff at Builders and Pennypinchers. Problem is why would it take months to set into hard plastic?
Hi Didsy, and WELCOME to MASA. Please start a new thread in the New Members forum and tell us a bit more about yourself, and your involvement in this hobby.My son is making a perspex box for his school project and I am wanting him to glue the sides. I see you say chloroform and to sand paper the edges but can you tell me a bit more as I am a single mother and he is 16. I really want to show him the prper way to do it??
Rory,What sort of "glue" should I use for gluing perspex to glass? I tried silicone and it didn't work that well.
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