E6000 237032 Craft Adhesive, 2 fl oz Clear
- 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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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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I use it for jewelry making/repair and it comes out in rather massive globs for that application, but I find sacrificing a sharpened pencil to the cause solves that problem very neatly. Whatever applicator you use in the event you need small, precise amounts, mind that the adhesive may leave trailing strings you'll want to address before they touch anything.
Mine was expired when it shipped so I was a little concerned about it drying out or being tacky but so far so good. I notice the packaging is VERY temperature sensitive, so, if it's hot outside and the cap is off, you're gonna get a lot of dripping adhesive as the heat makes everything expand.
I've repaired about a dozen pieces with this so far - from stud earrings to chunky necklaces. I've also fashioned 3 brand new pieces. The adhesive works great on cabochons, metal, sea glass, pottery - whatever you've got.
Again, read the directions carefully and in their entirety before you start.
Yes, I know, someone out there will say, "But you should have ...". Well, I did the ventilation was more than adequate, I followed the directions and even capped it quickly. Alas, the smell...
And speaking of capping it quickly, have everything ready to do so. Lube the threads with petroleum jelly, clean up the residue, etc. Barometric pressure will cause this stuff to ooze out of the nozzle the moment it is opened. Be forewarned!!