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E6000 230010 Craft Adhesive, 3.7 Fluid Ounces
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- Bonds to glass, wood, plastics, tin, metal, ceramic, cement, rubber, vinyl, leather, fabric and much more
- Dries clear, paintable
- Photo safe
- Temperature resistant
- Non-flammable once cured
- Industrial strength craft adhesive that's ideal for bonding wood, fabric, leather, ceramic, glass, metal
- Safe for photographs
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This cannot be said of any other glue I have found. Not superglue. Not the specialty jeweler's glue in tiny tubes with the needle-thin syringe (it doesn't hold). Not epoxy. Not even my favorite of favorite glues, Duco Cement.
But it's so gloopy. A pointy applicator tip, not included, won't help, so don't bother. Rhinestones? Gluing them on with melted mozzarella would be easier. The E6000 texture just isn't right for fine applications. You can to work around it with semi-satisfactory results, applying it with a stainless steel dental pick (the style that has a very slight spatula on the end), and even that isn't ideal. Needles and pins don't work, nor do toothpicks. E6000 sticks better to wood than metal or stone.
But it's not just the viscosity. The real problem is the fumes. I am not chemically sensitive. My nickname is Chemical Amy. Wet paint smells pleasant. Bleach, Ammonia, hydrochloric acid -- sock it to me. Some glues make me dizzy, but not E6000 dizzy, which feels ominous way I can't put my finger on. It's not more severe -- it just feels like it's doing permanent damage. The hazards are disclosed on the package, but who takes that stuff seriously? Respirators are for cowards!
Well, not in this instance. Get a vapor respirator. Not a facemask but a real respirator with an organic filter, according to 3M. I don't think E6000 hurts your eyes so you could probably use a half respirator for about $13. Or a heavier duty half-respirator for $25. The filters run about $11. Don't forget to put dogs, cats and babies in another room.
Respirators work, but they're a lousy solution. If you have never used one, they are a MAJOR pain. You're not breathing aire so much as sucking air with enough force to get it to pass through the filter. A lot of force. I hate respirators so much that despite the effectiveness of this product, I will use it for jewelry crafting and a select few applications that require its specific qualities and stick with Duco for everything else.
You do need to allow about 24 hours for the glue to make a secure bond.
But this is also the adhesive I keep in my tool box for all kinds of household things that can be handled with a little of the right stuff. E6000 glues just about anything. I have been using it for years, and there is nothing else quite like it.