littleriver

Wood Filler

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Your welcome Mark.

Superglue and baking soda are pretty much always on hand. Who knew they could be so great together................

I tried it with sanding dust from my PVC baits, and it worked, but the drop of glue disturbed the surface of the dust, and I had to add more dust and glue to fill the voids.

Does baking soda pack well enough to not be moved by a drop of glue falling on it, or should I just use a wire to run the glue down to the dust so it doesn't splash up?

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The powder is just that powdery. So there is a little movement but the glue is absorbed really quick. I am just adding more soda than I need then sand the excess off. It stays well enough but there is some clean up. (Sanding) I think how thin the superglue is will play a part here too. I am using zap's thinnest product so it wicks real quick.

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The powder is just that powdery. So there is a little movement but the glue is absorbed really quick. I am just adding more soda than I need then sand the excess off. It stays well enough but there is some clean up. (Sanding) I think how thin the superglue is will play a part here too. I am using zap's thinnest product so it wicks real quick.

Thanks. I use the same stuff.

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