bspidell at comcast.net
Tue Nov 26 11:31:34 MST 2019
I don't think flammability is the issue California has with some
products; it's the volatile, highly toxic/carcinogenic solvents used in
many of them. I can go a couple blocks down the street and buy as much
of a highly flammable--in fact, explosive--compound called 'gasoline'
and put it in my vehicles with no (unreasonable) restrictions.
Shame on California for trying to limit/reduce the amount of highly
toxic/carcinogenic chemicals in the air we all have to breathe. Shame
On 11/26/2019 9:39 AM, Michael MacLean wrote:
> As far as Weldwood is concerned there is an effective contact cement
> and then there is the California version of Weldwood. The California
> version is not worth your time. I had to buy out of state through
> Amazon to get the more flammable (but works) version that the People's
> Democratic Republic of California is protecting us from. I used it
> for the saddlebags on my Harley Davidson. They are an all leather
> construction and tend to "deflate" over a short amount of time. Looks
> terrible. Through a club affiliation I got shaped double thick hard
> leather inserts for the front and back sides. In the instructions it
> was recommended the non-California version of Weldwood Contact
> Cement. It has held fast since 2003. In the pictures you can see
> what happens to the bag over time and what it should look like (my
> bike). Actually comes nice from the factory, but leather does not keep
> it's shape very well.
> On Tuesday, November 26, 2019, 5:25:54 AM PST, Perry Small via Healeys
> <healeys at autox.team.net> wrote:
> If you look for Weldwood adhesive at the local hardware store, this
> type, works very well. A bit messy and as mentioned, use a cheap throw
> away brush. Can clean up with lacquer thinner.
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