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    To anyone interested in glue technology:
    If you search for Tigophilm you are likely to be disappointed - I found nothing.
    But try looking for Tegofilm /Tego film and you will find a lot.
    And yes, it does seem to be a phenolic resin.

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    One piece of advice: whether it is a phenol- urea- or resorcinol based resin, they all seem to involve formadehyde. I found out the hard way, when cutting chipboard glued with urea-formaldehyde in a closed roof space, that the dust produced by sawing or sanding such materials is atrociously irritating. In seconds I had a raging sinusitis which took a couple of hours to fade away.

    So if you value your mucous membranes, do NOT sand a laminated stock, unless you work in a well-ventilated space and wear a mask. Quite apart from it not being the right way to go about refurbishing an old rifle!

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    Sorry Patrick for the mispell I was running from memory from one of my documentaries I had watched some years ago and only went on how it sounded from the track on the disc.
    Yes Clarky it would have been a nasty piece of kit.

    I used to de-cant raw 100% formaldehyde from a 200 Lt drum into 5 lt buckets on the farm mixed 50/50 with water as a foot bath with the dairy cattle that were fully housed like the Europeans did it was not nice gear the usual farm safety equipment shorts, T-shirt, and ordinary boots nothing else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CINDERS View Post
    ... I used to de-cant raw 100% formaldehyde from a 200 Lt drum into 5 lt buckets ...
    Holy Health and Safety Regulations! Your mucous membranes must be tougher than mine!

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    That's just how things used to be. I spent 21 years in the motor trade as a refinisher, I don't even want to think about the chemicals I inhaled and got all over my hands through the 1980's in particular....

    Some of them a real ticking time bomb!

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    Is that why the stock on my Nagant looks so bad? It's just build up? Can it be restored without hurting the original finish and value?
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    Sorry wrong room I'm new

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    I did post in the right thread sorry I'm so confused lol

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