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Smalt Glue

Discussion in 'Hand Made Signs' started by Billct2, Dec 29, 2017.

  1. Billct2

    Billct2 Major Contributor

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    I have a glass smalt job to do. I still have plenty of smalts but can't find my can of Holdfast Oil. It would probably be rock hard by now anyhow. My usual sources (Letterhead Supply, Quill, Hair & Ferrule) for either Holdfast Oil or Smiths Cream are either out of stock (Artisan, Nepco) or out of the business. Online searching turned up a few other sources who are also either out of stock or not carrying it. So two questions...anyone of a source for either Holdfast or Smiths or do you have an alternative method for applying smalt? I've heard of people using West Epoxy but I've also heard it's not a good method. Thanks for any assistance.
     
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  2. Joe House

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    Have you tried Pacific Coast Sign Supply?
    They're my local competitor on a bunch of things, but do have a good selection of "old school" sign supplies.
     
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  3. Billct2

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    Thanks. Il looked on their site and didn't see it but sent them a message.
     
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  5. Billct2

    Billct2 Major Contributor

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    Yea, he's one of the one's out of stock.
     
  6. Billct2

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    We have a winner. Thanks Joe, Pacific had a couple quarts.
     
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