Originally Posted by '59_Standard
Thanks for that Ken. I've found other Resorcinol product by DAP and Humbrol, though I wasn't sure it was the exact same type of PF - being called: Resorcinol.
Am I incorrect in thinking, glue, usually described as a PF is cured via RF - needs thermal help, while Resorcinol is one that can be RF cured or not?
I haven't heard of that. RF is just a method of speeding the curing time of the adhesive, be it either UF or PF. The CP brand Resorsinol Glue is full capable of curing at room temperature. I am not sure if a product that would be known as PF would not be able to cure at room temp.