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    where do you get your CA glue

    Dang they like CA glue$ I need to pick up some CA glue, both thick and thin. I usually get it from http://www.exoticblanks.com/E-Z-Bond-Glues/. I've purchased from them several times and have always been pleased, but I was wondering if anyone knew of anywhere that's more economical before I order?

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    Johnyou can order from C&H supplies , they are close to my shop, Teresa does deliver through mail.
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    Is there a local hobby shop that caters to the RC airplane buffs? They usually carry CA glue in 2, 4, or even 8 ounce bottles, at reasonable prices. My local shop sells 2 ounce bottles for less than ten bucks.
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    In California, they use it for fault lines.

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    I buy it at Hobby Lobby and use their 40% off coupons.
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    Depending on how much you need, try here: http://www.e-zbond.com/

    I ordered my last two batches from them and have been pleased. Check to see if they have a minimum $$ order requirement. I buy a bunch and keep it the fridge...lasts me years.

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    Like Ted, I order from E-Z Bond. I keep it in the refrigerator and it has kept well and worked well for a couple years now ... and still going as I just used it again yesterday.

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    I buy mine from Ed Brown at Exotic blanks too, but if E-Z bond's shipping is less, may switch... E=Z Bond is the brand Ed sells and I've tried several other brands, but prefer the E-Z bond.
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    Thanks Tom I always forget about the killer coupons. They are opening up a hobby lobby about 5 miles from the house shortly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Calver View Post
    Depending on how much you need, try here: http://www.e-zbond.com/

    I ordered my last two batches from them and have been pleased. Check to see if they have a minimum $$ order requirement. I buy a bunch and keep it the fridge...lasts me years.
    Thanks Ted, I've got an email in to e-zbond checking on price, quantity and such.

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