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Keep Liquid Nail from Drying

Liquid Nail is really handy for gluing outdoor fences and other projects around the house. But I generally can't use up a whole caulking bottle of Liquid Nail in one session. And the next project can be weeks or months away. In the past, my open bottle of Liquid Nail has literally dried to a rock. But not any more.

The photo below pretty much shows the trick. I wrap a plastic bag around the open caulk bottle. Then seal it with a rubber band. This liquid nail is still fresh when I opened up the plastic bag today. It has been sitting open on the shelf for several weeks now.

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Wed, 20 Nov 2013 14:06:20 +0300

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