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LMI Glue - let it warm up?
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Dennis Weatherly

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I've been keeping my bottle of LMI glue in the fridge as suggested. And I was wondering - do I need to let it warm up to room temp before I use it? LMI doesn't mention doing so, but my gut feel is that room temp would be "better". If that is true, then I would hesitate to put the glue back in the fridge after every building session. Otherwise I would spend all of my building time waiting for the glue to warm up :-)

Aug 11, 06 | 4:24 pm
jhowell

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Dennis--

I'm using LMI glue and I've wondered about that also. I ususally take it out of the fridge a couple hours before I need it.

--Jim

Aug 11, 06 | 5:33 pm
Bill Cory

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I've been using it for two years, and I've never let it warm up.

Uh-oh. What was that cracking soung from my guitar room....

Don't know. Maybe it's a problem; maybe not.

Aug 11, 06 | 6:30 pm
ejko

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I've only built one, but I've used it right out of the refrigerator. When you spread it around with your fingers, the layer gets thin and I suspect comes to room temperature prett quickly.

Ed

Aug 12, 06 | 3:21 pm
Dennis Weatherly

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Ok, cold glue it is :-) I have a week of vacation coming up in September and my wife thinks I should spend it building my guitar. Sounds like a plan to me!

Aug 12, 06 | 8:36 pm



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