Question from an Auto Enthusiast: “My ’52 Chevy AD has what is likely the common “3 cracks” all the way around each spoke of the wheel, next to the hub around the horn button. Is this fixable? I’d like to keep as much of the original as possible.” ~ Mike Continue reading
The internet is riddled with questions from ladies and gents who have had their epoxy repairs go awry. The time it actually takes for a putty or paste epoxy to set and harden – adequately – seems to be a great mystery, and is never as “cut and dry” as what the label says when you start out on your mission. So what to do?
When you begin to compare the many forms and variations of epoxies, glues, and resins available today, the results may leave you scratching your head. One question often leads to another. The chemistry behind epoxy and the varying formulas of glue has come quite a long way over the years, and can be a bit intricate. So what is the difference between each product? Let’s find out. Continue reading