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Old 02-10-2009, 12:12 PM   #1
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Since we unseal the tip of the bottle, how many months the CA glue could be spared until is unable to glueing decently the tyres?
Of course the bottle is always inside of the zip bag, in the case i like using the CA of Yokomo.

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Dear, everyone

Since we unseal the tip of the bottle, how many months the CA glue could be spared until is unable to glueing decently the tyres?
Of course the bottle is always inside of the zip bag, in the case i like using the CA of Yokomo.

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Losi blue label. Wipe off the excess, coat the edges near the tip with diff grease, relid. I can almost drain every bottle.
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Keep it in the freezer when you're not using it.

I've got a 2 year old bottle in there that's still good.
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Losi blue label. Wipe off the excess, coat the edges near the tip with diff grease, relid. I can almost drain every bottle.
Excuse me, i don't understand about the part of coat the edges near the tip with diff grease. Thanks anyway.

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Keep it in the freezer when you're not using it.

I've got a 2 year old bottle in there that's still good.
About this case as i recognized before, i don't think my family could cooperate with me, so store that chemical kind inside the freezer, but thanks for your help.
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Excuse me, i don't understand about the part of coat the edges near the tip with diff grease. Thanks anyway.
Clean the applicator tip of excess glue that may have dripped from the opening. I have a tube of silicone diff grease that I don't use for diffs, I coat the applicator nozzle with a light coating every once in a while. This keeps the nozzle from sticking inside the cap, and allows a good tight seal.
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About this case as I recognized before, I don't think my family could cooperate with me, so store that chemical kind inside the freezer, but thanks for your help.
You can tell them you have a new cooking recipee you are working on and MUST have the CA glue in the freezer!

I do the grease thing as well. I just take a fingertip amount of grease, lightly coat the tip of the bottle, then put the cap on. Works quite well.
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I have one old CA glue, which i found in my grandfathers basement. It was made still when we still were in the solviet union. I have to use glasses in order to use that stuff. No other glue in market can be compared to that thing, it`s so strong that i havn`t managed tu pull two duraluminum plates apart, which I have glued together.
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Dear, everyone

Since we unseal the tip of the bottle, how many months the CA glue could be spared until is unable to glueing decently the tyres?
Of course the bottle is always inside of the zip bag, in the case i like using the CA of Yokomo.

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Clean the applicator tip of excess glue that may have dripped from the opening. I have a tube of silicone diff grease that I don't use for diffs, I coat the applicator nozzle with a light coating every once in a while. This keeps the nozzle from sticking inside the cap, and allows a good tight seal.
Just wait till you grab the wrong one, that contaminated diff grease will build one awesome diff....no slipping there
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Diffs are for pansies anyway...
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Honestly, i will not try to using diff grease with CA, just because i don't understand how could be possible to put a greasy kinds at sticky kinds, that makes nonsense, nor hear before from my friends. Rather than somebody could really show me.
Anyway for myself Yokomo CA is mostly possible to using for around a year, if i really can't put in freezer.

Thanks for your help anyway.
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The glue won't stick to the grease, and it makes an air tight seal around the glue opening.
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