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Non-yellowing formulation like E6000

Posted by rosiew 8 GA (rosemarywalsh@bellsouth.net) on
Wed, Aug 22, 12 at 11:34

The company that manufactures E6000 also has UV6800, which is UV resistant and will not yellow. Sources online I've found:

www.excelbuyonline.com

www.glazecoat.com or you can call Ken @ 1 800 347 0930.

Learned one more important thing. Think it relates to both products. Check date of manufacture which is printed across the tube. Best results obtained when product is no more than a year old. Good to know, huh?

Rosie


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RE: Non-yellowing formulation like E6000

Those of us who use GE Silicone have found out the hard way to check the expiration dates on the tubes. Thanks for the info on the other glue...always good to know!


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RE: Non-yellowing formulation like E6000

Thanks Rosie for the information and verifying that it doesn't turn yellow with age. I will check the expiration dates on my tubes as I usually buy 3 or so at a time of E6000. I was going to order UV6800 but the shipping cost was $15.36. I'll try to locate a store I can buy this from and save the shipping cost.


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Yikes to that shipping charge. Which company was that??


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RE: Non-yellowing formulation like E6000

I went to www.glazecoat.com and then to order it they sent you over to http://store.creative-wholesale.com The price for a 3.7 oz tube was okay, $5.61 but the shipping was $15.36. The other website was the same for shipping but the tube of UV6800 was $11.79! I think this is used for marine applications so I might try some of the marine shops around. I hope I can find it in a store so I don't have to pay that shipping charge.


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