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Another thing to note is it says it comes with a carry bag and a hose barb adaptor.. Mines MIA :)
 

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Damn an I thought my cockeyed spraying Rotovac tool came with its quirks......... Curious to see if other purchasers tools came with this metal problem.
 
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No mess - no fuss paint scraper ....no thanx.
 

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Gorilla glue requires water to set. So dip the fitting into water apply glue to inside threads for hose, thread in hose to end and let setup over night. that's it
 

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Does the gorilla glue help with preventing air loss?
I would use Goop / Plumbers for a permanent hose seal. Make sure you get the Goop for Plumbing. 48 hour dry time.

Wear gloves and make sure it goes in to the hose gaps / threads by rubbing it in about two inches on the hose end, from the hose end. Then rub it on the cuff and then gob a little more on the hose end, tighten.
 
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Gorilla glue requires water to set. So dip the fitting into water apply glue to inside threads for hose, thread in hose to end and let setup over night. that's it
Gorilla Glue requires Water to set up? Not that Shit I've used..Stuff grows by the second and when it sez..THIN Layer..you better believe it! It will increase in size by 10 fold in a heartbeat and ruin stuff..Voice of experience..
 

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I'm starting to believe Mytee needs to improve their R&D...use the stuff in real world conditions. It's inexcusable for the hand tool to hit production in it's present state. I was going to buy one because I can live with the price...I'm glad I waited.
 

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Gorilla Glue requires Water to set up? Not that Shit I've used..Stuff grows by the second and when it sez..THIN Layer..you better believe it! It will increase in size by 10 fold in a heartbeat and ruin stuff..Voice of experience..
I have always used a little water and yes it expands like crazy! I believe it says to use water .... Been doing it like that forever :/
 

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My review isn't to bash but to inform, maybe I got a lemon? Anyone else get one?
 

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Gorilla Glue requires Water to set up? Not that Shit I've used..Stuff grows by the second and when it sez..THIN Layer..you better believe it! It will increase in size by 10 fold in a heartbeat and ruin stuff..Voice of experience..
Yes moisture makes it have a chemical reaction. Sun breaks it down and so does movement and or chemicals. Does not bind well with some plastics.

I use to make parts with it for reinforcement on car impact areas. It is a Urethane Foam and the little you will use is not a dense mix or very durable on plastics.
 

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I have always used a little water and yes it expands like crazy! I believe it says to use water .... Been doing it like that forever :/
No Doubt you're right Bro..nevva read the Instructions....DOLT!
 

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Yes moisture makes it have a chemical reaction. Sun breaks it down and so does movement and or chemicals. Does not bind well with some plastics.

I use to make part with it for reinforcement on car impact area. It us a Urethane Foam and the little you will use is not a dense mix or durable on plastics.
But is it GMO Free and can you Sniff it! Lol
 
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