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Have they changed the appearance of Weld Bond glue? I need some more as I am almost out. The bottle I have now is a white bottle like in the first link.

WELDBOND Product Reviews and Ratings - Household Glues/Cements - Weldbond® Adhesive from Ace Hardware

Then they have this blue bottle. I am confused.

Weldbond 14.2oz Glue in Clear (8-50420) - Household Glues/Cements - Ace Hardware

If they have two different kinds I can't find the difference in them.

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No they heard I liked it to much so it's discontinued . I had to go with that tight bond brand I think it's called .
Preferred weld bond , and wish I never let it freeze

I don’t always insulate , but when I do .
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Apparently they changed the format. Products | WELDBOND®

I'd say one of the PR idiots figured this one out. Old rule, if it ain't broke, don't fix it.

However, you can always ask Weldbond.

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Just check the specs from one to the other. If it has been changed it wouldn't be worse I wouldn't think.

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Just check the specs from one to the other. If it has been changed it wouldn't be worse I wouldn't think.
I don't know about that Chuck. There is a lot of things that aren't as good as they use to be. I am keeping my fingers crossed.
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According to the web site Theo posted the blue bottle is the only one they have. From looking around it looks like they have gone down on the price. My white bottle is 12 ounces and cost more than the 14.2 ounce they have now.

I smell a big fat rat!!!

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Because of high production cost, labor cost, health care cost, and taxes, etc. here in the good ole USA, they probably have outsourced it to China.
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I don't know about that Chuck. There is a lot of things that aren't as good as they use to be. I am keeping my fingers crossed.
I have to admit, I'm not as good as I used to be.
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I have to admit, I'm not as good as I used to be.
Tom I bet you can hang in there with the best of them.
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If they are producing it in China, then, authorized or not, you can count on changes in the formula. Remember that the Chinese were the ones who put melamine in dog treats, which has killed huge numbers of our pets. My question is, did they move the factory there, or is it still being produced here? Anyone have a connection to find out?

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