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Do any of you Puget Sound Area Line splicers have a local source for Flex Zap? If not, do you use an alternative adhesive? Thanks.
 

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Aquaseal

Would recommend aquaseal, it is waterproof and flexible whereas most super glues are not. If in a hurry try a hobby shop for Flex Zap.
Leroy....................
 

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Perfecting the bad cast
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Thanks, have some but never thought to use it for splicing. I'll give it a try!
 

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Thanks to all for the help and suggested alternatives. I've been using slow-cure epoxy for years. Still have/use some single hander lines after 15 years. But the stuff is just too stiff. After reading Dana's short on line splicing thought I'd give Flex-Zap a try. Now have a source for that plus two other products to play with. Thanks again!
 
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