|Item Weight||8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.6 x 3.6 x 7.1 inches|
|Item model number||5510310|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||Mini adhesive tubes|
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E6000 5510310 Craft Adhesive Mini (4 Pack)
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- 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
- Four pack of small 0.18 ounce tubes
- 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
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Top customer reviews
The right glue for the job!! Super happy.
Note: I'm not hating on gorilla glue. Gorilla glue is awesome for certain things but the expansion factor can kill you, on certain projects. It did a fine job on my wood filing cabinet though. For anything using expanding glue -- you have to get the layer of glue *really* thin! Or else it creates a hard bubble of glue that pushes apart the pieces of what you are gluing. For this glue here, it was more forgiving and no unsightly lump of hardened glue manifested after drying! :)
Buying the small tubes sucks, because it is so expensive. But when I buy the large tube, I only get half way through before it dries up and stops adhering to things properly. So, I've gotten in the habit of buying the small tubes, and ultimately, I've been buying it less often. Not bad.
The only disadvantage is the threads on the spout would get gunked up and eventually it would become impossible to remove the cap from the tube. Also, the glue would start to harden inside the tube once the original seal was broken. I rarely got to use more than half a tube—usually much less than half a tube—before I had to toss it.
These small tubes are great for projects. The smaller size of the spout also makes it easier to apply small amounts without making a mess. Even if the tube should become unusable before I finish using it up, I'm not throwing away very much. It makes much more sense to keep several of these smaller tubes on hand instead of one larger tube.