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  • crosbyman

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    joecb

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    #269418

    Interesting… thanks for posting. I’ll have to play around with this chemistry and evaluate potential uses.

    Joe B


    dave-bernard

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    #269420

    I don’t think it is chemistry just added support.


    billw

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    #269421

    I don’t think it is chemistry just added support.

    I don’t know….That’s what I was thinking too, but then some pretty good smoke started coming out, on the last example. That would seem to indicate there may be some actual reaction going on.

    Being this is the AOMCI, I can see some potential uses for this technique. However, it’s baking soda, so I wonder how it stands up to water……..or gas/oil….

    Long live American manufacturing!


    crosbyman

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    #269425

    link provided as a suggestion but not  as a meams to replace load bearing parts.  I have seen video where the mix is used to fix  musical instrument .

     just be extremely cautious about getting any  crazy glue fumes in the lungs or eyes.  sneaky stuff….:-(

    (1810) Super Glue and Baking soda ! Pour Glue on Baking soda and Amaze With Results – YouTube

     

     

     

     

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    fleetwin

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    #269489

    Very interesting, would love to hear the actual chemical explantion…


    crosbyman

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    #269504

    probably just the glue gluing  the stuff …soda particles into one  chunk      just like it does with regular sand  and skin !!

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    reivertom

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    #269617

    It gets even harder if graphite is added in with the baking soda. strange but it works.


    necks

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    #269700

    That’s amazing how that works, playing with super glue before, I wonder if there is an easy way to get it off your skin, seems to stick on your skin pretty easy. Should have been a Chemist, think of all the ideas a person could come with.


    crosbyman

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    #269702

    no need to get it off the skin if you wear  gloves !

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    DAN UMBARGER

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    #270051

    I’ve used it to fill in/repair nicks in wooden propellers on my old ultralight planes. Adhered well but unsure of the “strength” of it.


    hag


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    #270060

    Can also use fine ash from fire or cigar…kinda like jb weld …seen it used to fill hole that can be tapped for new bolt and so on… don’t know what is stronger though… jb weld or this.

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