Spar Urethane

A while back the suggestion was made vis a vis using the “ready-mix” syringes of epoxy as tools of mayhem.

For cementing together things you don’t want to come apart readily, like hand made jewelry, tool handles, the inner workings of locks, vending machines, parking meters etc ….

Urethane works better. I’ve been putting it on my jewelry for a couple of weeks now and as paint or wood protectant, yeah, the stuff is pretty good.

As GLUE it’s damned outstanding.

A fairly large medical needle, which will fit everything from insulin syringes to those honkin’ big rigs that you use to inject spice mixes into turkeys (they’ll be selling them big next month, and cheap) makes an excellent vehicle for introducing the majic juice into really small openings, like between jewelry parts, and say, for instance, your parking meter is too “loose” inside it’ll tighten that sucker up really quickly. The biggest medical needles are thinner than an American dime, and the smaller ones are thinner than a credit card or pass-card.
It also binds to plastics really well, much better than epoxy does.

Things like, for instance, the paint on cars.
Or the colored fiberglass on cars.

Now, I know some mischievous souls are going to think “Why, I could use one of those refrigerator magnets they sell you for free with every phone book, urethane a smart peppy message to the front side, and then use something like a Q-tip to spread urethane on the plastic with all the bits of magnetic dust embedded into it on the back of the device, let it get tacky, then ride up beside cars parked at the red light and just magnetically attach it to the fender of some really offensive jackass driver, and by the time he finds it it will be set tighter than mouse anus, and he won’t get it off without ruining his really expensive paint job”.

But please, don’t do it. Try very hard to forget the quote
“Why, I could use one of those refrigerator magnets they sell you for free with every phone book, urethane a smart peppy message to the front side, and then use something like a Q-tip to spread urethane on the plastic with all the bits of magnetic dust embedded into it on the back of the device, let it get tacky, then ride up beside cars parked at the red light and just magnetically attach it to the fender of some really offensive jackass driver, and by the time he finds it it will be set tighter than mouse anus, and he won’t get it off without ruining his really expensive paint job”.

Drive it from your mind because if you start to think about
“Why, I could use one of those refrigerator magnets they sell you for free with every phone book, urethane a smart peppy message to the front side, and then use something like a Q-tip to spread urethane on the plastic with all the bits of magnetic dust embedded into it on the back of the device, let it get tacky, then ride up beside cars parked at the red light and just magnetically attach it to the fender of some really offensive jackass driver, and by the time he finds it it will be set tighter than mouse anus, and he won’t get it off without ruining his really expensive paint job”.

and then act upon it it would be illegal and would piss off the local Jackasses no end.

We wouldn’t want that to happen, now would we….

Brother Jonah

About Brother Jonah

Recovering Texan. Christian while and at the same time Anarchist. (like Tolstoy only without the beard, for now) Constantly on the lookout for things which have relevance to things I already know. Autistic. Proud to be Ex- air force. Out of the killing machine for 27 years 4 months and 5 days woohoo!
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