Epo-Grip

Submitted by J on 03/08/2004 at 21:33. ( ) 66.79.3.151

has anyone else had problems with the resin side of various epo glues?i have had 4 different batches go bad.i hav never had a short shelf life problem with epoxies before!boo Epo-Grip!

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Call Steve.

This response submitted by JOhn C on 03/08/2004 at 21:40. ( ) 66.233.157.155

I let some hide adhesive set for about six months and had to warm it, but other than that I use them fast enough they dont have time to do anything wrong.


We can't help or fix what we don't know about!

This response submitted by Steve Steinbring/Epo-Grip on 03/08/2004 at 22:22. ( nsc@netrus.net ) 206.251.198.3

J,

We see this problem from time to time, it is not unusual for the resin or "A" side of liquid epoxies to cloud and thicken. The problem is more common when there are colder temperatures present. The molecules line up and need to be scrambled back up, which can be easily done by warming the material.

Please call us at 800-888-2467, so we can be of assistance. We regret any problems you are having.


Any time you have a problem

This response submitted by Dan Hudzik on 03/09/2004 at 01:36. ( hudzik@madisontelco.com ) 66.242.208.237

with an Epo-Grip product just call Steve! Steve can and will assist you with any problems. Usually it's not really a problem people just don't know the product well enough. Good Luck. Dan


No name, no address, NO PROBLEM

This response submitted by George on 03/09/2004 at 21:28. ( georoof@aol.com ) 205.188.209.10

Sounds like BS to me. How did he get that lucky 4 times? Musbedaoperator.


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