Re: Best gluing product for a cracked stock
Posted by Steve Arnett on January 20, 2021, 8:57 am, in reply to "Re: Best gluing product for a cracked stock"
I agree, I like epoxy best. I use West System marine grade, 105 Resin and 206 Hardener. It flows pretty well without thinning, but you can thing with lacquer thinner as needed. They also make a line of fiber floc products that can be mixed with it to produce various densities of fill. I use the 403 Microfiber filler for glass bedding. My friend that restores and refinishes furniture says that they have never had one of their glue joints fail with this product. That includes rocking chair rockers and flimsy chair legs. Those parts may break again, but it will be in a new place!