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 Post subject: Gluing cork?
PostPosted: 06 Jan 2018, 14:00 
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Hi all, i broke a huge chunk of cork on my old senkoh-10. Any idea how and what i should use to glue it back?


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 Post subject: Re: Gluing cork?
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You can use the store bought "krazy glue" kind of adhesive for around $1 a small tube and glue that sucka right back on, but be ready to work controlled quickly and do it right the first time.

For around $10 USD, you could buy a cork kit and replace that handle and backside altogether... The handle is $5 and the backside/front finger cork pieces are $5... at least that is what you pay in Korea.

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 Post subject: Re: Gluing cork?
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Crazy glue (i.e. superglue) should work OK, though cork might be a bit too porous. There are thicker superglues that would work a little better, but I think a little dab of Elmer's Glue (the white stuff) would work just fine - just apply to both surface, and then join the pieces and hold them together with pins or with masking tape overnight. You probably want to make sure to remove the excess glue that leaks out of the joint BEFORE it hardens.

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https://www.aliexpress.com/item/2-Pcs-l ... 19209.html

I think using the original piece would be easier and look better, though.

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