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Default Homemade Thread-Lock Goop?

replying to Loren Coe, Nathan Fisher wrote:
Bubble luscious gum!! Chew it for about five minutes to get rid of most of the
sugar but not all of it. Warning *️ do not over chew as it will just be
the same as cheep a$$ gum and get to stiff!

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