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 Post subject: Donic Formula First glue
PostPosted: 02 Mar 2008, 09:46 
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I've just tried some of this glue... It's not bad, and quite easy to use. It is VOC free and presumably water based since it tells you to rinse the little sponge (on top of the bottle) with water after use. I was a little surprised by how hard it is to remove the glue from the sponge afterwards though... I thought a few rubs with a cloth would be enough (like the falco water glue) but it seems you really have to rub the stuff with your fingers to get it off... anyone found this?

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if its anything like the Andro Free Glue or Tibhar Clean fix

you would need to rub off a bit harder than when using the Falco glue

i did not like the Falco glue


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I suspect they are very similar if not the same...

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I've just tried to clean off this glue, it's a real pain. I thought some water would dissolve it, but it definitely does not do this. I had to use turps and rub it off, just like I used to do with speed glue.

I don't know if the others are like this too...anyone else tried to remove it? The Falco Water glue just rubs off with a wet cloth which was a lot easier...

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I have had the same experience with Joola Green Energy glue.

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haggisv wrote:
I don't know if the others are like this too...anyone else tried to remove it? The Falco Water glue just rubs off with a wet cloth which was a lot easier...


Same with Tibhar Clean Fix. Strong bond but terrible to remove. Can the Falco Water Glue hold down "oily" and domed tuned rubbers?

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The Falco one is very different, it actually dries and harders into a very thin layer. The bond is quite strong, but if you accidently pull off a bit of the rubber, you can't just press it down again since it won't stick... you'll have to get it moist, wait for about 5mins then clamp it down. I never try to glue an oily surface, always wipe down any residue before I glue...

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