Where is the best bargain for cyanoacrylate right now?

Where is the best bargain for cyanoacrylate right now?

Post by JoanD'arcRoas » Fri, 18 Sep 2009 04:26:40



I need some low viscosity CA for some projects with hairline cracks.
Some dry, brittle Black Walnut bowls with thin walls.

Looking for the best price including shipping for 8 or possibly 16
ounces of the thin, watery type formula to wick into those cracks.

Any sources or links appreciated!

-j

 
 
 

Where is the best bargain for cyanoacrylate right now?

Post by sbnjhft » Fri, 18 Sep 2009 09:23:19


Quote:

> I need some low viscosity CA for some projects with hairline cracks.
> Some dry, brittle Black Walnut bowls with thin walls.

> Looking for the best price including shipping for 8 or possibly 16
> ounces of the thin, watery type formula to wick into those cracks.

> Any sources or links appreciated!

> -j

Last time I bought I got it here...

http://www.hutproducts.com/

 
 
 

Where is the best bargain for cyanoacrylate right now?

Post by Bill Nobl » Fri, 18 Sep 2009 11:49:20


if you are only buying small quantities (8 ounces, 16 ounces) you will still
pay a high price - I get 16 ounce containers for $30 at a local swap meet,
but if you actually get a few gallons the price drops a lot.  get with some
friends and order a drum of the stuff

Quote:
>I need some low viscosity CA for some projects with hairline cracks.
> Some dry, brittle Black Walnut bowls with thin walls.

> Looking for the best price including shipping for 8 or possibly 16
> ounces of the thin, watery type formula to wick into those cracks.

> Any sources or links appreciated!

> -j

 
 
 

Where is the best bargain for cyanoacrylate right now?

Post by hank » Sat, 19 Sep 2009 00:16:57


Many of the woodturning clubs buy CA in bulk and sell it cheap.So no
shipping either
 
 
 

Where is the best bargain for cyanoacrylate right now?

Post by Ralp » Sun, 20 Sep 2009 12:04:23



Quote:
> I need some low viscosity CA for some projects with hairline cracks.
> Some dry, brittle Black Walnut bowls with thin walls.

> Looking for the best price including shipping for 8 or possibly 16
> ounces of the thin, watery type formula to wick into those cracks.

I use http://woodenwonderstx.com/WWBlue/NewGlueWS.html
 
 
 

Where is the best bargain for cyanoacrylate right now?

Post by Juerge » Mon, 21 Sep 2009 00:14:41



Quote:
> I need some low viscosity CA for some projects with hairline cracks.
> Some dry, brittle Black Walnut bowls with thin walls.

> Looking for the best price including shipping for 8 or possibly 16
> ounces of the thin, watery type formula to wick into those cracks.

> Any sources or links appreciated!

> -j

Try this company. I've been using their products for over 10 years

arrives in a couple of days and shipping is included in the price. In
addition, they usually include some spare bottles and pipettes.

I have no interest this firm, only a long association as a satisfied
customer.

http://www.starbond.com

 
 
 

Where is the best bargain for cyanoacrylate right now?

Post by Kevin Mille » Mon, 21 Sep 2009 02:44:29


Quote:

> Try this company. I've been using their products for over 10 years

> arrives in a couple of days and shipping is included in the price. In
> addition, they usually include some spare bottles and pipettes.

> I have no interest this firm, only a long association as a satisfied
> customer.

> http://www.starbond.com

Ditto on Starbond.  Always liked their glue and service...

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Juneau, Alaska
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Where is the best bargain for cyanoacrylate right now?

Post by JoanD'arcRoas » Fri, 25 Sep 2009 15:30:36



Quote:


> > Try this company. I've been using their products for over 10 years

> > arrives in a couple of days and shipping is included in the price. In
> > addition, they usually include some spare bottles and pipettes.

> > I have no interest this firm, only a long association as a satisfied
> > customer.

> > http://www.starbond.com

> Ditto on Starbond.  Always liked their glue and service...

Thanks to you both for the recommendation of Starbond. I'll give them a
try.

-j