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Mercury Thin Flex CA 8oz
Mercury Flex Thin CA. Engineered for woodworking, this thin CA (20 cps)
has a long open time and is designed to be used with Mercury MH16
Accelerator. Available in 2 oz bottles and 8 oz refill bottles. (Full
Flex CA is brand new and designed for pen turners and other wood
working. Unlike other brands which use rubber to give their CA
flexibility, Mercury Adhesives uses a unique set of ingredients that
won't interfere with that crystal clear finish you've come to expect
from Mercury Adhesives. Thin Flex is available in 2 oz Bottles only at this stage.
has a longer open time and allows you to easily get a smooth coat on
the pen blank. It gives a flexible finish which can survive abuse that
customers do to pens. Mercury Flex CA is designed to be used with accelerator and needs it to cure "instantly". And,
it goes on even smoother, provides better coverage, and helps give you
the best finish for your pens and other turnings. Mercury's Flex CA can
be left alone for a matte or satin finish, or it can be buffed &
polished up to a glass-like shine. The Thin Flex CA gives a great base
coat for your wood pens. By itself, it provides protection with a more
natural feel than using medium. Remember, Mercury's Flex CA needs accelerator to begin curing quickly.
Adhesives are manufactured in the USA, in Atlanta, GA. It is a
medical grade CA that is highly concentrated and the purest premium CA
available. For finishing pens, just a drop or two is all that is needed
for each coat. There are additional formulations for pen makers. Thin
Flex, Medium Flex, Thin Regular, Medium Regular, Odorless, & a
unique High Performance that is great for oily wood. Except for the jumbo 8oz
refill bottles, all Mercury CA 2 oz bottles are packaged in clog free bottles. There are
three sealing points within the cap, including a steel pin to help keep
the tip clear & open. But, if CA does build up on the tip or cap,
just soak it in acetone for little while and it will be good as new.