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Old 01-07-2004, 10:25 AM   #16
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Old 01-08-2004, 03:41 PM   #17
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I don't think JB weld will even stick to Polyethylene. I sell industrial plastic piping systems and even some types of PE (Crosslinked PE or XLPE to be exact) wont even stick to itself when heated and melted. We sell plastic welders and if you're trying to weld to XLPE, the bead will just peal right off. It won't bond with anything.
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GE Clear silicone. I believe it's the same stuff. Smells the same, feels the same, sticks the same. I pay half as much for twice as much.
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O.K. I got the Zap one but now... How to remove it!?
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I am pretty sure that CA (super glue) will at least stick to the dividers in a tackle box.

I had an accident once, so I know. Sticks good to tools too. After a good soaking in Acetone, all was good.
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Now my servo sits rock solid on my chassis but I would like to know how to remove it !
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Stick a small screw driver into the glue seam and lift the servo a little. This should free it enough to take the rest off by hand. You can then peel the glue off.
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Mike if you think the toothpicks look scary. You should see it when that Fro comes at you in a elevator in a strange land.
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