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I just seamed together two pieces of Arctic White solid surface. The white glue that I used turned dark.
I ran a shallow cut with a track saw and filled it with solid surface but now there are two thin dark seams, one on each side, in this otherwise pure white top.
I considered routing shallow 1/2" groove, dado, and inlaying a piece of the arctic white material. I thought I'd see if anyone has any other suggestions before I do that.
This glue stays white when used to fill holes in the epoxy resin sinks. Not sure why it turned dark in the sheet,
Thank you in advance.
what brand of adhesive and did you wipe everything down with alcohol before seaming?
Thanks for your response.
LG Hi-Macs. Yes, I wiped it all down with denatured alcohol.
I went ahead and cut grooves and put material in. It worked fine and looks good. I was just looking for other options.
I hate working with Arctic White. It shows everything.