"The phone is a remarkably complex, simple device, and very rarely ever needs repairs, once you fix them." - Dan/Panther
Started by Doug Rose, February 06, 2022, 10:06:41 AM
Quote from: rdelius on February 07, 2022, 11:35:55 AMthere was a product called glazit used by telephone refurbishers .it was a spray product by magnloa chem co
Quote from: Doug Rose on March 02, 2022, 02:13:33 PMThick white liquid, a little goes along way......Just make sure you get the whole area, as you will see where you missed after......Cloth is still moist and not hard like it was sealing it...
Quote from: FABphones on March 02, 2022, 02:52:12 PMTotally intruigued by this stuff. White - so unlikely a Shellac (unless a melange).White might indicate a polish, not a glaze.So... we have a white thick liquid which dries clear......Is it sticky?. NoAny smell? If so, of what?. NoneDid you wear gloves to apply (any advice with product re application?) yesIf no gloves - any reaction to contact with skin? redness, itchiness?Did the cloth you used wash clean in water? Or did you need to use a spirit cleaner?did not saveIf you apply some to a piece of plastic, does it rub or peel off when dry?does not say to use on plastic Can you scratch the product off with a fingernail when dry?did not tryDoes a droplet dry similar to a gel? Rubbery - or firm and solid - or crumbly?did not tryDoes it feel gritty?noDid you rub to get the shine?just wipe it onETA: * If you place a layer between two pieces of thin plastic - does it glue them together? Did not tryCould you add a photo of a couple of small drops of the product, one wet and one dry? Tom Moro'sThanks for your help finding out exactly what this stuff is. 🤔