[Harp-L] Valve Glue Pen
Fri Aug 24 12:12:49 EDT 2018
The idea with glue is to place the applicator tip, brush, fuzzed out tooth pick, etc. ONTO the valve and twist the applicator about 360 degrees. This will usually cut off the flu flus.
> On Aug 24, 2018, at 10:53 AM, Gary Lehmann <gnarlyheman at xxxxx> wrote:
> 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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