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Soft Glue Lines?

I just read it in a description for a adhesive. What exactly do they mean?

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When bonding some things together, especially dacron polyester wrap, the edges of the two pieces can get crispy where the parts are glued together. If this glue doesn't do that, it produces soft glue lines. No glue does this that well, some do it better than others.
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When bonding some things together, especially dacron polyester wrap, the edges of the two pieces can get crispy where the parts are glued together. If this glue doesn't do that, it produces soft glue lines. No glue does this that well, some do it better than others.
So then, I guess this can happen if you use too much glue as well?
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It isn't really a function of how much glue you use, it has more to do with how the glue reacts with what you're gluing.
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It isn't really a function of how much glue you use, it has more to do with how the glue reacts with what you're gluing.
Ok, now I get it.
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