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Old 08-13-2021, 05:19 AM
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Hello. I bought thin ciano, but I received it almost thick. Can I add some solvent or other thing for make it very thin ? Thanks in advance.
Old 08-14-2021, 07:32 AM
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Do not think so!
I have tried aceton and nitromethane myself in old thickened, thin Ca glue but those thinned the Ca glue but did not make it like new again.
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Hello.You did it with one product or two together. ?
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All Ca glue is the same regardless of brand!
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Originally Posted by jaka54 View Post
All Ca glue is the same regardless of brand!
This is probably close enough to accurate when the question is whether you can thin the stuff; I've never heard of anyone doing it successfully. But they are not all the same. One obvious difference: There are some varieties that will not cure without kicker. And there are certainly differences between manufacturers involving quality of materials, contaminants, quality control, and so forth.
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Originally Posted by jaka54 View Post
Do not think so!
I have tried aceton and nitromethane myself in old thickened, thin Ca glue but those thinned the Ca glue but did not make it like new again.
I'll try acetone first. IŽll tell you my experience.

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