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    Posted: 06/04/2019 at 10:12pm
Has anyone encountered a situation where your WBG has solidified and become unusable? I bought a TSP Bio Fix Glue back in January 2019 and have stored this glue in a cool temperature (10-20c) for the last 5 months. I decided to open it for the first time today because I finished my current bottle of WBG only to find out that I can't squeeze any liquid out of it. Upon opening the cap, I noticed that the glue has completely solidified. 

Honestly, I've purchased numerous WBG before but have never had a situation like this. Is the glue completely useless now? Is there any way to liquefy it and make it usable again? 
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Yes, it happened to me once. I was using a brazilian brand WBG with same consistency of Revolution N°3, normal viscosity.
Fortunately the glue solidify only in the end when there was a small amount of glue in the bottle. So I didn´t care about the issue, but if it happened with a full, or even half bottle I would ask the seller for instructions or replacement.
I remember I let the bottle inside the closet for months, maybe I should have shaken it every day to avoid solidification.
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