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jalker1783

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Location: USA

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Thursday, April 13th 2006, 7:43am

Lidmate for PVC glues and primers

Todd and I are plumbers. We've used so much glue and primer for PVC it's a wonder we are still alive (according to the can label and instructions). We made a polypropylene handle for our common "brush in can" container lids. Works slick, keeps your fingers out of the crap and really helps appling glue, primer, and thread sealants. See our web site at www.lidmate.com for more detail. Hey look us up and give our Lidmate handles a spin.
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Location: USA

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Sunday, June 25th 2006, 7:24pm

I just use paint thinner to get the glue off my hands haha
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SprinklerGuy

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Saturday, July 1st 2006, 2:52am

http://www.ipscorp.com/weldon/applicators.html

Can Mate dauber..no allen hex set screw thingamabop to mess with....been using them for many moons....
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