I am now offering a new earliner adhesive that has been tested by myself and a well known member on here that does a lot of high quality whitetails. He states......"The glue works perfectly! I really like the containers you use. Very easy to get the liquid out quickly." This earliner adhesive....i am calling it EGLUE.... is a two part liquid comparable to Epo Grip Liquid Fast Set. It kicks in about half the time it takes the Epo Liquid Fast Set. Another positive is that it comes in 9oz instead of 8oz like the Epo. McKenzie sells the 8oz Epo for $28 plus tax plus shipping. I am offering 9oz of EGLUE at a flat $21 plus FREE shipping for a limited time. PayPal, money order, or check. Post here or PM me your email and shipping address. After having a few questions on mixing and how to use this product, I will write a brief summary of MY procedures. All the capes that come into my shop are Krowtanned. After tanning and neutralizing, I wash in liquid Tide and then Pert shampoo.....final shave and remove ear cartilage. Wash inside ear skin (where you just removed cartilage) with laquer thinner and dry thoroughly with paper towels. Prep earliner by roughing up with form stout rougher paying special attention to the inside canal area of the liner. I usually reach in there with a rasp and rough it real well since that is where most of your drumming seems to happen. Lay cape on table, invert ear right side out, open ear skin so that liner can quickly be slid inside. Take a plastic one ounce mixing cup (100 count for $4 at James' Taxidermy Supply 1-800-488-3337) and add 1/4 ounce Part A and 1/4 ounce Part B with just a hint of gill or blood red laquer paint to give the adhesive a pink tint that will show through the inside of your finished ear. This is the approximate amount needed for a medium sized whitetail earliner. Mix thoroughly, quickly apply to earliner....paying special attention to apply a little thicker on the inside area of the canal. Slide liner inside ear, line up edges, groom, adhesive should be kicking pretty soon. Done correctly, you will have zero drumming and a nice, clean, sharp ear. Hope this helps.