Loctite® Super Glue Gel has proven superior performance over ordinary super glues. It works faster and holds stronger on more surfaces than ordinary instant adhesives thanks to a patented additive. The gel formula works on a variety of porous and non-porous surfaces and is ideal for vertical surfaces and small gaps. Loctite® Super Glue Gel comes in a self-piercing tube; it dries clear and sets without clamping. It is also resistant to moisture, most chemicals and freezing temperatures.
-Bonding leather, cork, paper, cardboard, wood, chipboard, fabric, metal, ceramic, rubber and hard plastics such as Plexiglass™, polycarbonate, polystyrene and PVC
-Repairing figurines, costume jewelry, cameras, toys, metal car parts, wiper blades, rubber seals and O-rings
-Ideal for vertical surfaces
Not Recommended For
-Use on repairs needing high flexibility or for gap filling applications
-Styrofoam, foam rubber, pure bone china, glass, silicone rubber, PTFE, polyethylene and polypropylene
-Use in dishwasher, oven or microwave
-Apply in a well-ventilated area. Wear gloves.
-Surfaces must be close fitting with no gaps, clean, dry and free of oil, wax and paint. Protect work area. Lightly roughen smooth surfaces for
better adhesion. Pre-fit parts to be joined.
In a clockwise direction, screw the cap and nozzle assembly down all the way to the tube shoulder, puncturing the tube. Remove the cap counterclockwise from the nozzle. Apply sparingly to one side only using approximately one drop per square inch of surface. Press surfaces together immediately. Hold in place for 15 to 60 seconds until bond sets. Do not reposition parts. Clean tip with a tissue and replace the cap.
After cleaning, wet any tissue used for wiping off the glue with water and dispose of. When cleaning up larger quantities of uncured adhesive, apply water and allow to cure and then scrape up. Note this may result in damage to the surfaces. Cured adhesive may be cut away with caution using a sharp blade, removed with acetone or with boiling water. Note: Acetone is highly flammable and may not be suitable for use on all materials, test surface first. Follow manufacturer’s instructions.
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