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Hi, guys.

When I use contact cement, no matter how hard I put pressure on the top of the can to close it and avoid the evaporation of the remaining glue, it always happen.

Recently I used a F-clamp with a wooden scrap to distribute the pressure evenly and the cap was closed very tight. By using a second wooden scrap on the bottom of the can the results were much the better
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I insure the cement doesn't dry in the lid's groove. Then I use a board and dead blow hammer.

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Pickup a 16p nail and put a hole in the lid's groove only,they try it if you still have a error take small brad nail and put a hole in the lid and put some making tape on it.

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Hi, guys.

When I use contact cement, no matter how hard I put pressure on the top of the can to close it and avoid the evaporation of the remaining glue, it always happen.

Recently I used a F-clamp with a wooden scrap to distribute the pressure evenly and the cap was closed very tight. By using a second wooden scrap on the bottom of the can the results were much the better



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Whew! For a second there, from the thread title, I thought someone was cashing out.
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Whew! For a second there, from the thread title, I thought someone was cashing out.
lid up or lid down thing...

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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