I buy it by the gallon. Stirring is going to be an issue.
The rep said that shaking was not going to be enough. The stuff they add to slow it down are heavy and you really need to stir it up other wise you will end up with thick gunk at the end. I've use it and it is nice, it dries clearer the just Titebond I or IIBob:
Good tip on TBIII. I have used one bottle and found it to be ok. I was not aware of the stirring instead of shaking before using.
Stir it is then. I'm sure someone in the group could come up with a system. Maybe a 1/4 dowel with a few 1/8 dowels through the end, just big enough to go through the hole in the top of the bottle. Put it in your drill and presto! (glue everywhere) Just like stirring paint.Glenn I don't think that would be enough
Stuart, the bottle does in fact say if it appears to have settled to shake it. I think like Bob had said that the rep recommended stirring rather than shaking he is probably speaking from experience.I think they sell small paint stir rods. If not it will be easy enough to make up one. I need to check the label and see if it says anything about stirring.
Sounds awesome with all those species. Do you have a plan yet?Went wood shopping today:
Now in debt to Woodcraft
should have enough for two open segment bowls............as long as I don't blow them up
Definitely the walnut, In my opinion, or is that IMO in geek language.