[TechAssist] Re: question for the old farts(you know who you are!)

Ok. Now for the stupid question: What is the difference between JB Weld 
and JB Quick/JB 2, or are they the same thing just using different 
names? I've always just called it JB Weld.

Doug Keller
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Paul wrote:

>JB Weld 2 part epoxy would work best on bakelite I think. 
>  I used it on a bakelite part for a Hammond organ foot pedal. Gets lots of 
> stress. Still holding after several years.   
>  Paul
>  
>Doug Keller <dek@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>  I have a thermostat/switch out of a circa 1928 refrigerator (it runs on 
>ammonia). Anyway, the switch is bakelite and is broken. I need some 
>suggestions as to what will hold bakelite back together the best. I was 
>thinking hot glue perhaps? I don't trust superglue anymore. I don't care 
>how off the wall your suggestion is, I will read it.
>Doug
>
>
>  
>
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