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Keeping T88 Warm

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Robin Tripp

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I glued my first ribs last night with T88 at 65deg F. Went on like sludge-who knew? Another post mentions a hot box to keep it at 95F. Another builder pops it in the microwave for a few seconds to warm it up. I have a suspicion this is a bad idea, but don't know why. Any experiences with either method?
 

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