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    Default material super glue WON'T adhere to

    I'm making a "V" type fixture to hold 'o'-rings together when using super glue joints, so I need a material that resists sticking. Possibly Teflon or polished steel or-----?

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    The plastic bottle it comes in, and the cap. The other day I used the cap to smush down some fabric that I glued. Worked great.

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    Teflon would work or polyethylene, the stuff the bottle is made from. It will still stick, just not too well.

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    Roast beef.

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    The first time I came across a " Loc-tite " seal and " O" ring making kit a few years ago it came complete with a device made out of some yellow " plastic " type stuff. You used it as a vee block to line up the seal material. Nothing ever stuck to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyrone Shoelaces View Post
    The first time I came across a " Loc-tite " seal and " O" ring making kit a few years ago it came complete with a device made out of some yellow " plastic " type stuff. You used it as a vee block to line up the seal material. Nothing ever stuck to it.

    Regards Tyrone.
    I actually have that kit with the yellow fixture somewhere hopelessly lost in my shop somewhere, so at least a non-stick material does exist, so my search isn't hopeless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gobo View Post
    Roast beef.
    Naah, not if I'm a fair example. I use CA glue to seal cuts in the shop - just clean it out and run a bead, closed and sealed in a jiffy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rke[pler View Post
    Naah, not if I'm a fair example. I use CA glue to seal cuts in the shop - just clean it out and run a bead, closed and sealed in a jiffy.
    You just have not been cooked properly. ....

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    you might also try UHMW, cheaper than Teflon, tastes better than roast beef. (Only from Arby's, though)

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    Some form of mold release, I would suggest simply melting some candle wax on it,
    warm it with a hair dryer to wash off the excess.

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    Make it out of whatever you want it stick to. I guarantee it won't..........Bob

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    It doesn't stick to Glad Wrap/Saran Wrap type sandwich wrap plastic which are LDPE according to Google.


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