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Old 03-02-2013, 10:00 AM   #1
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i was at HD looking for slower drying pvc glue. i asked the guy, he said to use cold weather glue. is that the stuff ?

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i was at HD looking for slower drying pvc glue. i asked the guy, he said to use cold weather glue. is that the stuff ?

Don't forget the PVC primer. Without it the joints will not bond properly. In a few years they will leak.
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I always use cleaner/primer, but do you mean that Flowguard Gold (yellow can) one step will not stay bonded? Just wondered.

Tip: I always use purple primer on 1.5 inches and up, and leave a ring just a little deeper than the socket depth. This tells me when I achieve full engagement.
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i was at HD looking for slower drying pvc glue. i asked the guy, he said to use cold weather glue. is that the stuff ?
The slowest glue I've used is the heavy bodied grey glue. I use it on 6" and larger DWV and pressure pipe
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