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small Easter disaster

CanuggheadCanugghead Posts: 5,392
edited 1:30AM in EggHead Forum
Not a good idea trying to remove the snug nomex-lined ceramic top with both hands already full :( :blush:
now both my ceramic caps have battle scars :whistle:


  • c tredwellc tredwell Posts: 575
    Looks like you go it taken care of....After reading subject line, I rabbit season still open? :evil:
  • Gary of all people. I never figured you one for taking short cuts. You are so organized with your photography. Nice job on the repair by the way.
    Aiken, SC. and
    Fancy Gap, Va.
  • Gary, is JB Weld pre colored to match the Egg?
  • CanuggheadCanugghead Posts: 5,392
    Larry, long time no see, say hi to V.
  • CanuggheadCanugghead Posts: 5,392
    Jack, no, you mix 50/50 black/white paste from the tubes. The final colour is actually dark gray but it blends in well with the egg's colour.
  • RGBHVRGBHV Posts: 1,317
    Hi Gary:

    That looks green - Is there a tint that you can add to match the colour?

    How long does the repair need to sit before you use it?

    I'm sure this won't impact your Easter Cooking.

  • CanuggheadCanugghead Posts: 5,392
    Michael, if you look closely it's dark gray but blends in well with BGE green, c'mon you're the RGB professional, whatdaya expect when you mix 50/50 black/white JB toothpaste :P that was the small egg btw, did a similar repair for the large two winters ago. Not much cooking this emotional weekend so it'll have plenty of time to cure, the instruction says allow 4-6 hours to dry before handling, overnight (15 hours) before putting object to use ... a cousin just passed away this am at a young age, attending another cousin's daughter's wedding tonight. Your lamb looks good!
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