Step-by-step Ever-Ready brush restoration

Discussion in 'The Brush' started by mercV12, Aug 16, 2008.

  1. Nairb

    Nairb Active Member

    You're referring to Thread Locking Loc-Tite. That'd be the wrong stuff.

    Loc-Tite is a brand name and they make all sorts of stuff. They make epoxy also.
  2. Dipesh

    Dipesh Member

    What a great read. Quite inspiring!
  3. Nicktheswede

    Nicktheswede Member

    Great help. I wasn't sure about going about it. I was worried that I would damaged the handle but now got it figured out. Thanks
  4. mercV12

    mercV12 Member

    Glad it was helpful.
  5. alpla444

    alpla444 That's sweet!

    Nice job is it still in your rotation?
  6. gorgo2

    gorgo2 geezerhood

    I'm glad to know there's an easy way to polish up my brush handles!
  7. Doryferon

    Doryferon Well-Known Member

    "maritime use" is what you look to read in the label
    That is an appropriate epoxy for our brushes.
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  8. mercV12

    mercV12 Member

    Yes. the brand is not as important as the type of epoxy. Color is also a consideration. My first couple of brush restorations had white epoxy. In the future I use black or gray.
  9. PatrickA51

    PatrickA51 Well-Known Member

    Very good and interesting.
  10. mercV12

    mercV12 Member

    you're welcome Tom

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