So for the 3rd time Two questions in one post! Is there a type of glue that will fix wood to fibreglass? It fits between the flexible gas hose after the regulator and the copper pipework. A gas bubbler is a safety device that allows in line easy leak checks. Splendid piece of kit – it’s a leak detector for gas systems.
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No recommendation for the glue, but I use le Tonkinois for wood that I want to be shiny. Is there a type of glue that will fix wood to fibreglass. Excuse my ignorance but what is a gas bubbler and why is it on your boat? Stixall which I buy at Toolstation Whats the best stuff to use that won’t peel off when if the sun shines on it. Once gone off it can be sanded and takes paint. That’s a definite maybe from me.: I only get a login page but searched screwrix the words and found what I described.
Slight drift but you can also check this thread http: It fits between the flexible gas hose after the regulator and the copper pipework.
I get Product Code: Aren’t topmasts traditionally painted white? Splendid piece of kit – it’s a leak detector for gas systems. Used it to fix my delaminating tiller in svrewfix still OK 3 seasons later and use it frequently for sticking wooden battens etc to GRP. For places where varnish won’t survive I use Cuprinol garden furniture oil.
A gas bubbler is a safety device that allows in line easy leak checks. IS there any preparation I need do other than sanding with finer and finer grade The combined wisdom would be most welcome.
Never had any luck with this type of glue. Vyv here’s a link to the manufacturers website page- Geocel: You press a button on top and it bubbles if there is a gas leak. Not the glue, the varnish. So for the 3rd time Two questions in one post! The Screwfix description doesn’t seem to match yours, it’s a single pack low viscosity joint glue according to them.
The only important part is to get the GRP clean and slightly roughened for a good grip. It has theadvantage that it doesn’t seem to lift off like ordinary varnish; I’m going to have to redo my washboards after about 5 years of neglect and it’s going to take a good rub down and a couple of new coats, though a cockpit cover means they spend most of their lives out of the weather.
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Does that mean it only works at certain times of spaatula month? No bubbles if installation is sound What about tek7 as a glue? Hybrid PMS Polymer technology Your version sounds useful. I’ve been trying for over an hour to post this bloody thing – and every time SWMBO interrupts me and I have to try again.
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I’ve used No Nails to glue wooden runners under a tender and it lasted through years of soaking and beaching! Minimum prep reqd and no mixing.
Is there a type of glue that will fix wood to fibreglass? For varnish Epifanes, no question.
Excellent stuff i know a boat in the Aegean that has had all its brightwork done in it for the past three years, looks as good as new. We used Sikaflex sorry we used to use sikaflex but have now been converted to CT 1 in 9 colours.