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  • Gingerbeard
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    Nothing to see here, folks...

  • Farmbuck
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    PPppFFffTTtt Gingerbeard

  • Gingerbeard
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    I'm gong with PLreef on this one, kids. Anything I buy needs to be good for something other than it's intended need. Fillers and such, I have no other need for and can't remember a time when I've needed them.
    Soft sandpaper pads look the trick. I can think around my place and remember other chips that need a workover.
    All please ignore Farmbuck

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  • PLreef
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    I install glass rail systems and from time to time they get a chip. This is what I use to make them disappear. 5 minutes and it's gone.
    Micro MESH Soft Touch Sanding Pads https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000H6EC4C...TJSD0J873J242B

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  • Farmbuck
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    Did I mentioned you trimming your beard ? Non just cut it..!

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  • Ckbrew
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    Another option would be UV activated glue. Put it where you want it, shine the UV light on it, instant curing into solid.

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  • Ckbrew
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    Put a drop of super glue on it. while it is still wet, sprinkle baking soda on it. It will set up like a rock.You can add more layers if needed.

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  • Rwise
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    How about a drop of fingernail polish, the clear stuff
    or use a ceramic stone to polish out the sharp edges

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  • Puglover1
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    https://www.weisd.com/products/2381-...urnishing-tool

  • Puglover1
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    A burnishing tool for electronics? I small, flat tool with fine metal 'sandpaper' on one end,.

  • Puglover1
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    I wish there was a traveling glass cleaner. Mine are all dirty and I just don't feel like it. I bought a new bong bowl today just to have a clean one. All of my chillums are filthy. Those concrete floors and OP's dropping my ceramic hash bowls never leave my memory. I can't find them for sale anymore.

  • Puglover1
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    Could you syringe a product into the spot? Would a slight bump be worse then the crack? E-6000 is an adhesive used by crafters but people use it for many things. The cat kneaded his claws on a fake leather chair's arms, I glued the loose 'points' down and filled in the rest with E-6000 with a skewer and smoothed it out with a popsicle stick, I could paint over it and it'd look fine. I fixed a puppy-chewed MCM vinyl bench with it, painted it, nobody would know. Crazy pug ate into the sides of a doggy bed, I filled in missing material with E-6000, glued the corners together, clamped it until dry with binder clips. Lasted pretty long but he knows the weak spots to attack now. There are many sizes: https://www.amazon.com/Bundle-Precis...DING_ADHESIVES

  • TenTonBrick
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    I've done repairs on glass pieces by using a torch...map gas if it's pyrex. Fixed a crack in a favorite chillum of mine that way. Worked great until it met its final fate landing on a concrete floor

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  • Gingerbeard
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    I'm guessing E-6000 is some sort of epoxy Puglover1 ? It's such a very tiny chip. Half or quarter of a pinhead. Anything I filled it with would stick out like a bump.

  • Gingerbeard
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    But wait! A neighbor might have one Smoklahoma . He's used my blender to powder mushrooms for chocolate. He owes me a kitchen utensil loan.

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