Glue for polyballs

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Glue for polyballs

Post by fishder » Fri Feb 02 2018 14:26

was wondering what is the best glue to use just want to stick stiff rig tubing in polly ball floats Thanks.

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Re: Glue for polyballs

Post by davelumb » Fri Feb 02 2018 14:31

Araldite or similar epoxy does the job.

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Re: Glue for polyballs

Post by Jonesey » Fri Feb 02 2018 18:03

Copydex works a treat :thumbs:

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Re: Glue for polyballs

Post by Cyprio » Fri Feb 02 2018 23:37

Ive been using gorilla glue epoxy..
Works really well sets in 5 mins can be sanded few hours later.

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Re: Glue for polyballs

Post by MarkBerrisford » Sat Feb 03 2018 12:55

I use gorilla glue
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Re: Glue for polyballs

Post by fishder » Sat Feb 03 2018 13:57

cheers thanks for the replys.

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Re: Glue for polyballs

Post by John Milford » Wed Feb 07 2018 23:29

I've used polyballs and rig tubing for various applications and the fit is usually so tight, they didn't really need gluing? Just a thought.
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Re: Glue for polyballs

Post by Jason Skilton » Tue Feb 13 2018 10:51

I just use normal super glue.......or airfix modelling glue.......

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Re: Glue for polyballs

Post by davelumb » Tue Feb 13 2018 11:17

Jason Skilton wrote:
I just use normal super glue.......or airfix modelling glue.......
I thought Airfix glue melted polyballs. :scratch:

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Re: Glue for polyballs

Post by Jason Skilton » Tue Feb 13 2018 11:25

davelumb wrote:
Jason Skilton wrote:
I just use normal super glue.......or airfix modelling glue.......
I thought Airfix glue melted polyballs. :scratch:
:scratch: I can't recall them melting Dave

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Re: Glue for polyballs

Post by Jason Skilton » Wed Feb 28 2018 10:51

Will be trying some gorilla glue next, the one I got is waterproof when set.

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Re: Glue for polyballs

Post by delboy » Wed Feb 28 2018 11:10

Use gorilla gluefor everything these days,it is the b******s,got the super glue and the other stuff as well sticks anything to anything............Still got the arodite as well tho,love the stuff
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Re: Glue for polyballs

Post by martin(rockape) » Tue Apr 24 2018 19:11

Not sure but i believe that superglue is water soluble so will only last for a limited time in wet/ damp conditions.

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