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  • What is a good Replacement for Duro Spray Adhesive?

    Can No longer find Duro Spray Adhesive in California (not sure about the rest of the world)
    Lowe's replaced it with LOCTITE. anyone have any experience with it?
    Same Price $4.99 , more product.


    LOCTITE 13.5 Oz. Acetone Adhesive
    Acetone
    Interior/Exterior
    Paper, cardboard, foam, fabric, leather, felt, cork, foil, certain plastics, metal, glass and wood


    DURO 11 Oz. General Spray Clear Adhesive
    Acetone
    Interior/Exterior
    paper, fabrics, foil, foams, leather, cardboard, metal, wood, plastics
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    I use the Loctite #100 (marked as Light on the can). Never had a problem. Releases easily, all around great for patterns. Your mileage may vary....
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    • #3
      I get good results with 3M "Super 77" sprayed on the back of a pattern, then apply the pattern to the blue painters tape that I have put on the wood.
      I get the Super 77 at Lowe's
      Jack

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      • #4
        Couple guys in my scroll saw club said that the Loctite #100 is the rough equivalent to the Duro product. I bought a can last week, but haven't used it yet, so I can't comment from personal experience.

        I've also used Krylon Repositionable Spray Adhesive in the past and like it a lot. Around here, it's several dollars more per can than the Duro/Loctite stuff though.
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        • #5
          I use 3M "Super 77", not cheap, almost $10 here.

          Bob
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Greenfield_Bob View Post
            I use 3M "Super 77", not cheap, almost $10 here.

            Bob
            I use the Super 77 as well. I find my $10 can lasts a long, long time!
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            • #7
              Another vote for the 3M Super 77.

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              • #8
                Yet another vote for 3M Super 77, but around $14 a can here.
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                • #9
                  Ditto 3M 77.
                  Dan in So.Ca.

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                  • #10
                    Another vote for M77. Here is a tip. If you apply the pattern directly to the wood and not on tape a little mineral spirits will remove the pattern and M77 quickly.
                    Scott
                    Creator of fine designer sawdust.

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                    • #11
                      I use a 3M general purpose 45 buy it at walmart 10.25 oz can for around $5.00 to $6.00 they claim it will cover 70 sq ft and is photo safe. works well for me. if you need some I will send it with the walnut I bought you to try it..
                      Keith Kvalheim
                      My Scroll Saw Work

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by coyote4 View Post
                        I use a 3M general purpose 45 buy it at walmart 10.25 oz can for around $5.00 to $6.00 they claim it will cover 70 sq ft and is photo safe. works well for me. if you need some I will send it with the walnut I bought you to try it..
                        This is the one I use and it's great for all my needs .......MB .......
                        Usually busier than a cat in a sandbox !!!!!!!!!!! MB { Dewalt 788 only }

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                        • #13
                          use elwers here take off glue with heat gun than wipe with mineral spirts.

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                          • #14
                            The cheapest spray adhesive on the shelf when I'm buying gets my vote. I always use blu painters tape.
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                            • #15
                              Me too for the M 77. I use a hair dryer to remove the patterns with no tape under patterns. Works for me...

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