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Weldbond 8-120125 Adhesive 4-Ounce Bottle

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  • Dries Clear
  • Free of Fumes
  • Flexible Bond
  • Low VOC's
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

Product Description

Weldbond is a universal bonding adhesive for glass, wood, plaster, metals, slates, tiles, cement, concrete, linoleum and fabric

From the Manufacturer

Weldbond ® is a universal bonding adhesive for glass, wood, plaster, metals, slates, tiles, cement, concrete, linoleum and fabric

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Technical Details
Part Number 1250
Item Weight3.2 ounces
Product Dimensions1.8 x 1.8 x 5.3 inches
Item model number8-120125
Size4 oz
ColorClear
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Required?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB000H5OKN6
Best Sellers Rank #112,364 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.2 ounces
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableJune 15, 2006
  
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Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By 张斌明 on December 8, 2011
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I've used this glue for minor home renovations for the last 6 years.

I've used to to attach wooden skirting to my floorboards, a steel splashback for my stove top, mirrors to doors ... and on screws and dowels before I use them to build wooden flat-packed furniture (from shops like Ikea). This glue has never ever failed me (e.g. 5 years ago glued breakfast table to kitchen bench splashback and it has always held). All furniture I build with it and cabinets I have on walls still held in place after 5 years.

Although it smells like PVA, trust me it isn't. I don't understand why other reviewers say it is. I've found it to be much, much stronger than PVA (only use that for plywood hobby projects). I've used this glue to literally hold tile and bricks on my walls.

Once dry, I've found that it has the strength and flexibility of silicon glue or a glue gun (not brittle and crack apart like super-glue or messy like glue gun), but is less messy and easier to use than silicon glue (before it dries I can wash it off with water like PVA ... but once it dries it's as strong as glue gun glue or silicon glue and unlike super glue it isn't brittle when dry, so I use it on some plastic components on my motor-scooter (aluminium piping on skirting and attach handles back on glove box).

It doesn't dry perfectly clear. I wouldn't use it to repair glassware for example but I love this glue. Practically only glue I use for home fix-it jobs. Love this glue ... I wrote this review after reading someone claiming it was like PVC glue. It isn't ~ they use it on NASA space shuttles for crying out loud!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Travis on June 11, 2012
I have tried several different types of glue. I think it works better on most surfaces than a lot of other adhesives.

I'm especially surprised how well it has worked on plastics. I have bonded several pieces of aging plastic and it seems to hold up very well.

Just on a side note, I kind of think epoxy is stronger but with the smell, mixing, and proportioning that comes with that this is a far safer and easier alternative.

And, to the people having problem with the caps, I don't have any issues but I promptly close the cap, leaving the excess on it, later, when it dries partially just peel off the dried glue and it is good as new.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jociegil on June 22, 2012
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I work with glass-on-glass mosaic and Weldbond is wonderful for this craft. You have time to move pieces around before it sets and then it dries completely clear. Once it cures I have had no problem with glass popping off. The manufacturer includes detailed instructions on how to achieve a faster cure time and different dilutions for different effects. Clean up is a breeze, too!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Nanciejeanne TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 26, 2013
Ok..I have used glues. Lots of them. Regular white, carpenters glue, gorilla glue, 2-part epoxies, etc. They usually leave me thinking "meh." And I sort of thought this stuff would be the same, BUT! I persevered.

Background: My daughter was in a competition where the participants had to build a bridge out of 60 or less popsicle sticks. We could choose the glue (but couldn't cover it in glue.) I think this is a popular science project for lots of kids. Anyway, I knew that her design was most important, but didn't want our use of crappy glue to lessen the effectiveness of the design. So I bought her this. As soon as I opened the bottle, I thought, "CRAP! it is just regular old Elmer's glue!!! What a joke!" ha ha!! (famous last words....) It does indeed look and feel (and smell) much like regular glue. Even the blue and orange-ish cap tricks you!! And it does need an hour or so of drying time. (it is very very very tacky though after a few minutes. Like you really had to work to reposition after 3-5 minutes.) And it dries CLEAR (I liked that!)

I figured "well, whatever...at least her bridge is together and she will probably at least get a decent grade... even if she isn't in ANY way going to be in the running for the prize of 'Most-Weight-Held.' " Boy was I wrong!! This stuff was freakin AWESOME!!! You can see it in the photo above. The bridge held ALL the weight the teacher had!! (200 pounds!) and it was still standing. Definitely was the winner!! The teacher even kept her bridge for his little Bridge Hall of Fame!!! She was beyond thrilled. And I was the hero mom for picking awesome glue!! yay!!

I have since used the glue to fix all kinds of junk around the house...and especially appreciate the fact that it is clear. I even used it to fix the insole thing in my shoe that kept falling out!! ha ha!! My bottle is empty now...I need MORE!!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. Golini on June 24, 2011
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Tried this glue for a rocketry project at my school. It sets up faster than normal white glue, but not so fast students could adjust problems. Glue dries clear and strong. For rocketry at least, this is great choice.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Proper Bostonian on March 31, 2014
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I ordered this glue specifically to fix a plaster 'letter' initial I made at an art place that fell and (sadly) cracked in half. This glue was recommend to me by the people that ran the art shop to fix my art piece. I was finally able to glue the letter back together, but only over the course of a couple of days of intense re-gluing many times and using clamps to hold it while the glue dried. I would say this isn't the best product for plaster, but perhaps for other materials.
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