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Posted by LeeG on Mar 8, 2005
Get a pint and use it to do clamped joints. If you really want to get to the next step "in 24hrs" you cannot use MAS slow cure for clamped joints at room temperature. Blush is a non-issue in some applications. It'll take three days for MAS slow cure to be hard enough to remove clamps if the temps get below 65 degrees. Get a thermometer and put it on the floor if you are gluing on the floor. If it's a normal concrete pad it'll be colder than table height. Ten degrees can make a BIG difference between "just hard enough" and "oh damn".
In Response to: Build Time by Shuswap Pat on Mar 7, 2005