Repairing bakelite

J. Forster jfor at QUIK.COM
Tue Nov 12 23:49:47 EST 2002

It has worked very well on some 70 year old black bakelite for me. I used black
to fill in some small voids also. Get GOOD epoxy and try it out first. IMO, do
NOT use 5 minute stuff. You might want to check out a hobby shop, rather than a
hardware store. BTW, you can polish Bakelite with a cloth wheel and fine
abrasive sticks from Home Depot.

k7mks wrote:

> Thanks John - I'll give it a try.  Joe

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