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slow cure ca unusally runny

November 28 2011 at 12:13 AM
D. McKeever  (Login D_McKeever)
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I cracked open a bottle of yellow slow cure ca glue. Compared to past bottles, it was much runnier, and thinner than I accustomemd to. Moreoer it does not seem to "bite' photo-etch brass as well as it should.
So I oepned a second bottle,, and compared. The second bottle fares much better.
Is there anything I can do to remedy the first bottle, perhaps by cooling it in a refrigerator or something? And what would cause this bottle to be below standard?

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