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ArtMann

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#1 posted 03-19-2017 02:49 AM

No glue is going to be as reliable when you are sticking it to a finish material rather than wood. My opinion is that BLO would make a worse surface than something like polyurethane or lacquer, because it doesn’t harden and provide a tough surface. If I were forced to try to glue BLO contaminated surfaces, I would use polyurethane. It sticks to some other materials when Titebond won’t.


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