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Thread: I want to shoot a lazy no count finisher!

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    I want to shoot a lazy no count finisher!

    Been working on the tall desk for the past 2 days removing all the liquid nail from almost every join. No wonder the thing is falling apart

    as seen in the "once again another fun project" post
    Last edited by Dave Hawksford; 07-26-2011 at 07:52 PM.
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    They used liquid nail 'Construction Adhesive' to 'glue' it back together?

    Somebody was clearly confused on their adhesive selection!
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    ouch......

    I didn't realize liquid nails had been around since the nineteenth century? Wow! learn something new every day!

    What are you using to break it down with? Acetone?

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    Jarrod dose almost all the repair work in here and I called him over to have a look and he said that' not surprising to him he gets that all the time I guess he thought it was normal till I told him that it wasn't. I told him from now on when you get a piece with Liquid nail to let me know the price will go up. I'm lucky on this piece the customer is an old customer and the work is T&M.

    1st I use a very sharp chisel and then lacquer thinner and a purple pad.
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    Liquid nails? do you drive them with a water gun?

    Frustrating to say the least, I bet!.....yeah, yeah, & my sense of humor as well

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