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E6000 237032 Craft Adhesive, 2 oz, Clear

4.4 out of 5 stars 1,187 customer reviews
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E6000® Craft Adhesive
  • This cement does not dry instantly -- you have at least 5 minutes to make adjustments before the glue starts to set. For maximum strength bond, allow 24-72 hours for complete curing
  • Perfect size, 2 ounce tube with a built in applicator tip
  • Excess can be cleaned/removed from work-surfaces. Use sense when using adhesives - use in a well-ventilated area, remove excess from skin promptly, do not get any in your eyes
  • Industrial strength, general purpose adhesive that's ideal for bonding wood, fabric, leather, ceramic, glass, metal and more
  • Temperature resistant: Remains flexible, even in extreme conditions
  • Waterproof: Bond remains secure even when exposed to water, Dries white and paintable once cured
  • Non-Flammable, Washer/dryer safe and photo safe
  • Made in the USA
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Style:E6000® Craft Adhesive  |  Color:Clear
Product Dimensions 1.2 x 3.6 x 7.1 inches
Shipping Weight 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Item model number 237032
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4.4 out of 5 stars 1,187 customer reviews

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Style: E6000® Craft Adhesive | Color: Clear

E6000® Craft is a unique adhesive formulated to meet high performance industrial requirements, thus making it an excellent crafting tool. Amazing E6000 has exceptional adhesion to wood, metal, glass, fiberglass, ceramics, and concrete. It also adheres strongly to leather, rubber, vinyl and many plastics. Amazing E6000 dries clear and once cured, it’s waterproof, washer/dryer safe, paintable and safe for photographs.

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By Deanna Johnson on May 12, 2010
Style Name: E6000® Craft AdhesiveColor: Clear
I use this glue for many applications. It is great for repairing plastics or bonding non porous surfaces. Pretty much the only thing you don't want to use it on is pleather, which will peel.

This is much more durable than cyanacrylate ("Super Glue" and similar) for most projects because it forms a slightly flexible bond (cyanacrylates form a strong bond, but because it is brittle, it lack durability). Also, unlike some other brands of flexible permanent adhesive, this dries clear (many dry in a yellow-brown color, which is hard to hide).

Be careful to clean the treads with a paper towel or scrap of rag before closing the tube, elsewise you won't be able to open it again!

For small repairs and applications I also recommend you squeeze a small dot onto a scrap of paper and use a toothpick to apply it...the tube does a messy job even if you get the version with the narrow nozzle, plus it oozes if you leave it open very long.

Anyway, overall, the glue works for a lot of things that just can't be glued otherwise, its a great tool for crafters or to have around for little home repairs.
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Style Name: E6000® Craft AdhesiveColor: Clear
Hello all!

I have been professionally creating jewelry and other art pieces for several years now, and I am not kidding-- I have used hundreds of types of glues, epoxies and other adhesives. I have been on a passionate hunt for the greatest quality products, because if I do not make lasting products, I do not have repeat customers. -My business sincerely relies on it! It is the strangest thing that E6000 is talked about so much! We have tried this glue several times over the years, just because others rave about it so much, and EVERY TIME it really is AWEFUL! This does not give a permanent and durable finish on any surface we have tried it on (metal, plastic, wood, ceramic, paperclay, etc.) plus it is very dangerous!

I suppose it can be slightly acceptable for novice stay-at-home crafters who make their own creations and do not ever plan on giving them to anyone else, because when the parts come undone, you can just keep fixing and recreating what you have made. ...I would be embarrassed to give anyone, paying customer or not, something created with this E-6000. No way.

The everlasting odor of this glue is extremely dangerous too. Very very toxic! I am shocked that parents let their children use this stuff! This literally damages cells in the brain when inhaled. It can work alright if you want to glue things like paper, but I have found that Tacky Glue actually bonds extremely well and it is permanent, completely earth-friendly and nontoxic.

**Here is what I recommend for PAPER and PLASTIC (and more) projects: Aleen's All Purpose Tacky Glue. (It has no odor and is so much stronger and overall better than Elmer's white glue. It can be used on many surfaces. I would not use this for most professional jewelry though.
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I love this stuff. I ordered it to use on a vintage steel cabinet with glass doors left behind from an old roommate (pic attached) - the adhesive holding one of the large squares of glass to the metal frame gave out (thanks to my boyfriend who refused to listen to my "the yoga ball is not an indoor soccer ball, dummy" warning). It worked so quick and perfect, I got a little handy-girl happy and soon after, my 'honey do' list had become a 'forget it honey, it's done' list. Some of the quick repairs I knocked out: steel and glass cabinet mentioned, brass and crystal vintage lamps (the brass and glass just needed a little adhesive in places), misc. jewelry with loose or popped out rhinestones, back hooks on wall frames, a detached shoe buckle on a pair of heels, dismantled refrigerator magnets (not the free ones that come with Chinese takeout, the good ones that accommodate fridge photo hoarders - you know who you are), a loose stove knob (a constant reminder of your frozen pizza consumption), the hook screw that my blow dryer hangs from on the bathroom wall was loose via my compulsive blow-outs, so I pulled it out, squirted this stuff in the wall and popped the screw part back in - super solid now. It's clear, durable and dries quick - not super glue quick, but you have more control over precision since you can work with it for a minute before it dries. If you have a tendency to buy lower priced items and then kick yourself because they fall apart faster - this stuff lets you off the hook for a big chunk of those iffy decisions. Great price for the amount you get too (pic attached).
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There are MANY glues out there for the consumer but most are very specific in what they will and will not stick too. Plus most consumer glues have a hard time forming a strong bond to vinyl and other flexible and/or slick surfaces. E-6000 is the exception to the rule in that it seems to form a strong bond with just about every surface including flexible and smooth ones. The secret is that when it dries it becomes a very very very stiff/thick taffy like substance that is flexible but also gives strong adhesion to just about everything. Unfortunately there are some draw backs/side effects. The glue works so well do to a solvent chemical commonly used in dry cleaning that is fairly toxic. As such there's a whole host of warnings on the package about the dangers of breathing the fumes and accidentally digesting the product which can cause liver/kidney damage. Although I love this glue, the biggest problem I have is with the fumes. The product fully sets in 12-72 hours depending on the weather/conditions but the fumes will be with you long after that. I glued something almost a month ago and although I only used about 1/4 of a teaspoon of E-6000 its still giving off a smell within a few inches. And if the glued item is placed in a closed container or bag the smell will build up so when you go to open it you'll briefly get a strong smell again until it dissipates. Eventually I hope it disappears completely but just so people know the smell of this glue can take several weeks to go away - something not common with most glues after they've dried. Because of the nature of the glue I would not recommend it for children, would wear gloves when handling it and make sure you have a separate place for glued items to air out for a few days (garage/unoccupied room w/open windows) to give a chance for the fumes to go down.
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