With an interest in Series 2 Land Rovers, I see enquirers in that world asking about the best way to deal with potential steel & aluminium electrolytic corrosion. I've read the Diary, and the pictures of the day, but perhaps haven't retained all the detail.
What I have retained, and please correct me if I'm wrong, is that you use the chocolate sauce supplied by Chemetall, and that this not only inhibits electrolytic corrosion, but also bonds strongly enough to give significant added strength. I'm not sure whether that bonding is good enough to call it a 'glue', or if the bonding is just the natural result of a substance designed to always remain tacky.
I suppose I should add the question at this point. If someone (repairing an S2 Land Rover, obviously) makes a mistake, and wants to separate the joint again, is there someway of getting the sauce to release it's bond?
Note that question presuppose a positive answer to the main purpose of this post.
Is the Chocolate Sauce available in suitable (small) sized quantities for private users?
I did look at the Chemetall site, but it seems very much biased towards usage in Industrial quantities, and however much the Bluebird Project may be a Private undertaking, I suggest it also has elements of Industrial usage about it.
Moving on, I anticipate a negative response, that Chemetall are not geared up to supplying small quantities.
So, with an eye on the need to generate Project income, and the example set by shirts, hats, overalls, etc, could the BP get authority to repackage the Trade supply into smaller Series Land Rover sized packs for sale to individuals (not by the gross to resellers)? What is the shelf life of the sauce?
To tempt you, there are probably other markets besides the Series Land Rover world, and you are already discussing your next project. It's not hard to envisage your continued exposure to Chocolate Sauce.
To add another venture, the safe but effective paint stripper might also be a rewarding BP product line.
I think that will do as a first post, although it does seem almost standard to finish by saying 'or do I have to come and sweep the workshop floor'.