Storing your Epo-Grip!

Submitted by Mike Rohanna on 01/14/2004. ( rohanna@alltel.net ) 67.140.1.80

I keep my shop on the cool side, so I always have to warm up my Epo-Grip to a mixable consistancy. Well, I was talking to Steve (Mr Epo-Grip) the other day and he gave me a good tip....construct a heated storage cabinet for Epo-Grip. After much thought, many blueprints, and alot of manual labor I now have all of my Epo-Grip products stored at 75 degrees and ready for immediate use. Basically, I placed a 60 watt light bulb wired to a dimmer switch into my worn out beer miester and installed a couple metal shelves. I thought maybe someone else would find this info useful! Thanks for the idea Steve!

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Thanks Mike.

This response submitted by John C on 01/14/2004. ( ) 66.233.157.155

Great tip.


Epo-Grip on Tap! HMMMM

This response submitted by Steve Steinbring/Epo-Grip on 01/14/2004. ( ) 206.251.198.23

Seriously, if all your adhesives, paints, thinners are stored at good a working temperature of around 70-75 degrees you will get more consistant results out products. A storage cabinet made of metal will also the reduce the hazards of fire in your shop.


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