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Has Anyone Used 'JUST FOR COPPER' Pipe joining Glue?

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by Whitespirit66, 25 Jul 2010.

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    Whitespirit66

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    Never heard of it before. Its a 'weld' type glue, similar to using solvent weld on plastic, but for joining copper pipe and fittings.

    Seems fooking expensive (£15 to £20 a tube), and not sure that I would sleep well if all the joins in my house were made this way.
     
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    see it but as you say don't know i could trust it. :rolleyes:
     
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    if that expensive anyway solder endfeed cheap and you know it works
     
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    I have it in my toolbox next to the snake oil and glass hammer :LOL:

    Pete
     
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    Great stuff, i'd strongly recommend it to all CC/CCC, for whom soldering is still a bit of a dark art.
     
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