Re: more glue questions

Charles Peck

I have forgotten which color is the new Barge cement and which is the old.  
Chuck Peck

On Sat, Oct 9, 2021 at 6:35 PM Steve SANDIFER <steve.sandifer@...> wrote:
I have use Barge cement for years. When I was using CV tie strips and switch kits I used it to glue down the rail. Put it on the rail and let it dry, then place it on the tie and hit it with MEK and it is glued tight.  I have also used it to glue weights in cars (let the gas escape before sealing it up). Many other uses. It tends to dry some in a closed can, so I add some MEK to the can from time to time and it keeps on working. I must have had the can for 15 years. Barge was designed to glue shoe soles on, and I have used it to repair sneekers that have come apart.
Steve Sandifer

On Saturday, October 9, 2021, 11:03:55 AM CDT, Nolan Hinshaw <nualain48@...> wrote:

On Oct 8, 2021, at 16:08, ed_mines via <> wrote:
> I always thought Barge cement was a "new & improved" form of Walthers goo.
> Does it form filaments like goo does?

As far as I know, barge cement predated Walthers, even Uncle Bill himself.
Artie the Hinged Jaw
Retired AFU Game Warden

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