ClinicPics_Randall

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Cleaning the break, first with denatured alcohol then with acetone to dry out the alcohol.
Applying the epoxy with rubber gloves. Not too thick; not too thin.
Applying the epoxy, also, with a wooden popsicle stick. Smoothing it out with the rubber-gloved fingers. Not too thick; not too thin.
Carefully align the stone pieces and clamp them with angle irons wrapped in duct tape. (Epoxy doesn't adhere to duct tape!)
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Carefully align the stone pieces and clamp them with angle irons wrapped in duct tape. (Epoxy doesn't adhere to duct tape!)
Repairing a complex break….
Repairing a complex break…. The iron pins made the break worse and repair more complex. The iron pins will be replaced with nylon pins.
Repairing a complex break…. Cleaning the stone before repair. This appears to be a marble stone.

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