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Thread: plumber's putty

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    plumber's putty

    Someone on the board mentioned a special use for plumber's putty (definitely not in regard to plumbing) It was such a good idea that I ran right out and bought it and now have no idea why.

    I checked google, no good ideas there. Does anyone else remember such a post????

    I keep looking at that container.............nothing!
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    I did a search on here and the only thread about plummers putty was about fixing a statue owl. Don't know if thats what you are talking about. you have a search tool on here and that's what I used.
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    ​Someone posted about using liquid rubber cement on the back of rulers to prevent slipping. I can't think of what you could use plumber's putty for though.

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    Maybe quilt suspenders? For the pvc.

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    Yes! Thank you romanojg! It WAS about fixing that owl. I tried the search tool but it didn't come up. As soon as you said it, I remembered. Thanks so much....
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