[Harp-L] Valve Glue Pen
Fri Aug 24 10:53:35 EDT 2018
Same here--those little "spider webs" can really be a hang!
On Fri, Aug 24, 2018 at 7:44 AM Slim Heilpern <slim at xxxxx> wrote:
> Hi Greg -
> I’m always up for trying new valve glue solutions. I got something from
> you in the past that was a cool applicator with some kind of white glue in
> it that, for me, didn’t work so well as the valve wouldn’t stay in one
> place while drying (this is a bit hard for me to describe well). So I’ve
> continued to use contact cement which can be a pain to work with due to the
> stringiness, but does the trick for me.
> I'm happy to try your latest solution, but I couldn’t find it on your
> website. How can I order one?
> - Slim.
> > On Aug 24, 2018, at 6:48 AM, Greg Jones <greg at xxxxx>
> > I'm always trying to improve and lately I've found a really neat product
> > for gluing windsavers/valves.
> > It is a clear, non-toxic glue that comes in a glue pen. The pen allows
> > to place a precise dot on the valve plate and the dry time gives you a
> > couple of minutes to set the valve.
> > You could probably get 500-1,000 valves per pen.
> > $15 + $3 shipping
> > *Greg Jones*
> > *16:23 Harmonicas*
> > Web Site: 1623customharmonicas.com
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