* Each product-maker uses different container designs to hold their resins. Would you prefer to use a syringe, a squeeze bottle, or a bottle that contains a brush? Which best suits your tying needs? There are pros/cons to all. Contact product-makers if you have questions.
Telephone interview: Jan. 2013.
If so, what are the signs that one’s product is reaching the end of its shelf-life?
Yes, you can do this, but it won’t bond as well. It is like placing Scotch Tape on the back of Scotch Tape instead of Scotch Tape on paper.
21) Should one do anything to protect the eyes or hands when curing with your light? Are there any precautions needed around kids or pets, other than not to stare into the light?
Our product’s chemistry is biologically compatible to the body. In over 40 years there has not been shown any risk of cancers or genetic modifications to the body with the blue light or materials used in Tuffleye. I’m in the health care profession and that’s why I’ve stayed with this product. You won’t hurt your eyes if you don’t stare at the light for extended amounts of time. The shield around our light is there to protect your eyes from becoming temporarily ‘night blinded’ from its brightness. Most tiers simply place the light in the correct position and look away. All lights used at this close proximity will reflect back into the eyes somewhat. Any light, used for an extended amount of time, can damage your eyes if not protected, some faster than others. Visible Blue light will not harm skin like UV light can.....
*Cured by UV light*
David Edwards, developer of Bug-Bond
Email response: Jan. 2013
www.bug-bond.moonfruit.com (Visit BUG-BOND & Information tabs for product tips)
(email contact is via the website)
1) Is it correct to call your light-cured resin an adhesive?
4) If not used for a couple months, should it be stored in any special way?
Clear Cure Goo ~ (Southlake, TX)
http://clearcuregoo.com/page18/page18.html (an 'FAQ' page)
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