I screwed up. I'm usually pretty good with PVC. I used the approved cleaner and primer, and Weld-On 705. I've done this dozens of times.
But here's where I screwed up: one part was a threaded bushing: 1" glue to ½" NPT. I made the mistake of turning in a petcock before the glue cured (nominal 20 minutes).
All the other ~20 glued joints are fine under pressure, but this one bushing is slowly dripping from two or three spots.
I really don't want to re-do the entire assembly, which is what it will take to replace this one bushing.
My spouse suggested a hose clamp. I thought of using a hypodermic needle to squirt some additional 705 around the spot where the bushing meets the "T" fitting. Either of these have merit? Any other ideas?