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CarlMorrell

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Subject : unibond 800 HARDENER shelf life
Posted : 2024-04-16 1:25 PM
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I had a bad experience, chalked it up to old Unibond 800. Now, I throw out the old glue after a year or 2. I only make 1 or 2 pieces every year or so. It leaves me with a lot of the hardener.

I'm ready to buy more Unibond 800 and wonder if my older hardener is good to use? some is 2 years old, some maybe as old as 5 years.

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Darryl Keil

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Subject : RE: unibond 800 HARDENER shelf life
Posted : 2024-04-17 6:18 AM
Post #38053 - In reply to #38052

Only the liquid resin has a shelflife. The Hardner does not. You can use whatever Hardner you have and just buy the liquid resin by itself.


 
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jerrycousins

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Subject : RE: unibond 800 HARDENER shelf life
Posted : 2024-05-20 8:30 PM
Post #38054 - In reply to #38053

wondering what your sense is for the shelf life of the glue - if it's put in the freezer between glue-ups?
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Darryl Keil

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Subject : RE: unibond 800 HARDENER shelf life
Posted : 2024-05-21 11:12 AM
Post #38055 - In reply to #38054

If you keep the liquid resin in the fridge you should easily get a good year out of it before it starts to thicken, which indicates the shelf life is up.


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