While on the subject of bindings, I began by using the Weld-On cement that Stew Mac recommends for bindings. This stuff definitely dissolves their ivroid bindings. That can be good or bad. If you use it to glue the bindings, any seepage will dissolve any area of the binding it comes in contact with. It also didn't hold the binding very well to the fingerboard. I switched halfway through the fingerboard to thick cyanocrylate glue and quick set activator. The rest of the bindings held beautifully-much better. The Weld On will work for binding joints, melting them together. For that, its useful, but I will never use it for anything else again.
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