Discussion in 'The Tool Shed' started by Howard Eisenhauer, Jul 24, 2017.
My mother used to swear by that stuff
i may just try it.
Okay. But remember Howard is using DOT-5 (as I do). Different animal than standard DOT-3
I've used this.
The stuff seems to resist most any chemical very well. I'd say it's definitely worth a shot!!
Howard, I have two different panel bond products if you want I will send them to you, let me know.
Have enough flex coils in tubing?
Thanks Cousin Rick
i went with the seal all but I haven't had a chance to put the reservoir back into service yet, we'll see how it holds up. if it doesn't I may take you up on your offer.
No, no coils, I may re-consider that particular design choice.
Short of NASA grade stuff, coming from a molding stand point, nothing will survive silicon based oils. We are not allowed to have silicon of any kind in the plant due to adhesive issues with paint, primer and industrial adhesives for plastics failing in short order.
worked at a body shop, had paint issues about once a week....the detailer would come fill his thinner in the paint room,vented to the booth,instant issues. no silicone here.
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