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TZH

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#1 posted 07-04-2011 07:31 PM

Well, I guess I have my own answer as to how good E6000 might work for stone inlay as a filler, and that is it ain’t so good. It dries crystal clear, but shrinks significantly. When I applied it, I made sure it had a dome over the hole it was supposed to fill. By the time I checked it today, the glue had shrunk to well below the hole rim. I also noticed a fairly large bubble that had developed during cure that wasn’t there when originally applied. So, my recommendation would be to continue using epoxy and/or ca glue for this type of inlay. I guess I could/should have put this into the product review tag, but didn’t know at that time what my results were going to be. So, my apologies for putting it here.

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