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  • #16
    Re: For all you guys in PVC/DWV land

    I see lots wrong with this idea.


    How many joints do you think that will cover

    Is that can charged with air, or some other type of product that's harmful

    Now you're throwing particulates that are much larger than the fumes once was.

    Those two guys were not using hand protection

    There are restricted positions you can move that can to spray

    Any use of a torch around it is dangerous

    I can forsee misuse on many levels

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    • #17
      Re: For all you guys in PVC/DWV land

      I'm not a plumber, but I use and believe in PVC and CPVC piping. Even I would not trust that stuff. There needs to be enough solvent and stay wet long enough to weld/melt the 2 piece together. "Super gluing" pipes together aint gonna hold, at least not in my home.
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      • #18
        Re: For all you guys in PVC/DWV land

        I am very surprised that IAPMO approved the product.

        spray on glue?? keep dumbing down the trade.....first sharkbites.....now spray glue.....how lazy can you get? and messy.

        I am sure this product will promote clean durable work that will last manymany years
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        • #19
          Re: For all you guys in PVC/DWV land

          hey, just came up with a new contest for the roundup

          i just hope we don't look this bad on film

          appears that it's just for pvc

          the only place i use pvc is for underground sprinkler piping and that gets buried

          as others have mentioned, we can control the amount of glue and primer in our joints pretty easily. but we can't control the overspray inside of a home. heck, i can't hold small pieces that i want to spray paint without getting paint on my hands

          there is no way that the scaqmd / southern calif. air quality management district, will allow that stuff to be used here


          do we really look that bad on our videos

          rick.
          phoebe it is

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          • #20
            Re: For all you guys in PVC/DWV land

            I can see cans of that stuff sitting in the homeowners garage as I am cutting out leaking PVC water lines. They will say the guy in the orange smock told them it will work on anything. They will then ask what the purple stuff I put on the pipe first is for.

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            • #21
              Re: For all you guys in PVC/DWV land

              Great. A slower way to glue pipe and *guarantee* leaks.
              This might be nice to give to a handyman to build that pvc shelf.

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              • #22
                Re: For all you guys in PVC/DWV land

                Could the chump in the video possibly have been any slower with the glue can/ dauber?

                I'm not the fastest, but I have worked with guys in the past that could have glued 4 joints in the time it took him to do one.

                That chit would put aquanet to shame. Return of the hair bands?

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                • #23
                  Re: For all you guys in PVC/DWV land

                  crap product!

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                  • #24
                    Re: For all you guys in PVC/DWV land

                    Originally posted by SewerRatz View Post
                    The supply houses here have been selling it for months now. I won't trust it. Come one spray on cement and primer in one application? Whats next spray on hair?

                    Hey Ron Popel sell spray on hair to cover bald spots in his infomercials!

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                    • #25
                      Re: For all you guys in PVC/DWV land

                      Originally posted by ozplumb View Post
                      crap product!
                      I worked with a guy that was around before silicone, when that came out they said it would not last.
                      I think that he also remembers pop rivets coming out.

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                      • #26
                        Re: For all you guys in PVC/DWV land

                        Wow, that looks like complete and utter crap even for central vacuum work. It looks like it would make a huge mess and the lack of primer makes me super dubious of it. Not to mention people destroying their cupboards with it. And as others mentioned the dangers of aerosol around fire and in a crawlspace or poorly vented area, and the dirt buddy got all over the pipe! Brutal! That made me laugh though.

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