I read this in the description. If it is or isn't I just am not aware because I do not use it.Hmm, there may be, but I am not aware of it.
Trade off is it is more expensive.Thanks for the feedback. I was made aware of the odorless CA during a search here and didn't know it even existed before this. I wonder what the trade off is? I mean, wouldn't odorless be a big advantage?
I do use Gluboost and haven't had a problem but I have a dust extraction port right by my lathe and have fans on blowing any odor away from me. I also always wear a mask. I was just wondering if Gluboost was considered odorless.
Oh, hmm, they might want to update that in the description. I love the stuff, but it still smells like CA curing. While it is considerably more expensive, I find myself using less of it because it applies easier/smoother and takes less work to finish it. Technically, odorless is "less" odor, not no odor, right? And using less of it would make for even less. I don't know how they determine the "odorless" part, but I know if I get a nose full of it, it's just as unpleasant as other CAs I've tried.I read this in the description. If it is or isn't I just am not aware because I do not use it.