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Egg Repair and JB Weld
Is JB Weld safe, ie non-toxic to use on a cracked shell? Mine was dropped while being moved and the bottom of the shell cracked apart.
Jim Adams,[p]JB Weld work just great I think everyone on the forum has used it at one point or another.
The company says it is nontoxic. I have used it to put a primo oval back together that was in 8 pieces altogether, and it cooks just fine now. I have had it up to 500 degrees with no problem. [p]Brett
The Naked Whiz
I have used it on 2 small eggs to make minor repairs to the front lip of the lower shell, and on a Komodo Kamado to make a major repair to the front lip of the lower shell. (Hmmm, what the heck is TNW doing to the front lip of the lower shell on his cookers? :-) ) All is well on all three cookers unless Celtic Wolf hasn't told me the truth about Miss Penny.[p]TNW
The Naked Whiz
JB Weld ahhhh the fix it all tool...kinda like duct tape. It should work fine
Jim Adams, I'm going to use it to put one of my platesetters back together. It was standing on it's side and I bumped it, broke into 3 pieces. Not nearly as bad as what happened to yours though. JB Weld will work fine.
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