Stewart-MacDonald Epoxy

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Stewart-MacDonald Epoxy Fast setting, clear

Fast setting, clear

Item # 5173
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$9.83

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Stewart-MacDonald Epoxy Slow setting, clear

Slow setting, clear

Item # 5174
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$9.83

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Stewart-MacDonald Epoxy Slow setting, black

Slow setting, black

Item # 5179-B
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$15.49

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Stewart-MacDonald Epoxy

Gap-filling epoxies for permanent bonds. Our high-strength 2-part adhesives are activated when their resin and hardener components are mixed in equal parts.

Each 4-ounce set has two 2-ounce bottles, ready for mixing.

Fast-setting mixture has 5-minute working time. Full bond strength in one hour.

Slow-setting mixture allows 20 minute working time. Full bond strength in 8 hours, for a rigid waterproof joint.

Slow-setting black mixture is great for inlaying ebony fingerboards. 20 minute working time. Wait 3 days before sanding.

Note: With all epoxies, the slower the setting time, the stronger the bond.

Use adequate ventilation and avoid skin and eye contact.

Keep out of the reach of children.


Trade Secrets!

Coloring epoxy for guitar inlays

A little bit of glue hides imperfections... Dan Erlewine personalizes a fretboard with the customer's name in pearl: "Hoss." There are small gaps around the inlays, and dan shows how to make those gaps disappear. Dan also shows a neat magnet trick for cutting thin slices off the end of a fretboard.

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Clear Epoxy

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Wait up to 3 days before you start sanding or grinding away at it. I found out the hard way, then accidentally found a little "info box" in one of the previous catalogs saying to give it a few days to harden up. The bottle says 8 hours, so I gave it 24 and that wasn't enough. Somebody needs to get there directions straight, but the product works if you give it time and it really doesn't take much. I will buy more when my supply is gone.

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I buy ths stuff every year for my inlay work. Never have a problem when following the procedure. I always use clear ,addng black powder, with predictibly good results.

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Slow Setting Black Epoxy for inlay work

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I purchased the Slow Setting Back epoxy on the chance it would work against a light colored wood. I was inlaying some abalone into some yellow heart. I tested it first on a scrap of wood. I was very pleased with the results so I proceeded to use it to fill the voids once the abalone was glued in place. This product will black out the background when used where it is less then .050 thick. I would highly recommend this product for this use.

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