The first time I called McKenzie and could not get Lock Tite I felt a panic hit me. Not because there is not other good adhesives out there, but none that held the detail I wanted or was not workable under the cape or was so thin it would not stay where it was intended. I read all the Epo-grip entries on the forum and decided to give it a try, best thing I ever done. Detail is locked with only one setting, eyes move less because it actually bonds to the glass and air is removed so easy. My newest best friend is the Epo-grip fast set ear liner adhesive. It produces the thinest ear I ever been able to do. They suggest putting it in the ear and moving it around, but it works best for me to invert the ear and butter on because such a small amount is required it is hard to tell if you have it everwhere you need it. At 70 degrees it starts to kick in about 7 or 8 minutes, but positoning everthing is so easy because you are not moving unwanted blobs of material around, and that is more than enough time to set the earliner. This probably sounds like a commercial but when we find something that works like this and makes our job easier and faster we need to get behind these people. Give it a try and be your own judge. P.S. I have nothing to do with Newton Supply Company eccept liking there product.
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