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What does superglue bond?

Superglue is one of our specialty adhesives, a cyanoacrylate moisture-cure instant bonding adhesive. It will bond basically any substrate, as long as moisture is present! This glue is ideal for bonding metal to metal, but works well on stone, wood, glass, ceramic, plastic, paper, and a wide variety of other porous and non-porous materials. 

Superglue is known for its fast, high-strength bond, with the bond formed being nearly unbreakable. It dries very quickly, so is best for non-repositionable bonds. You also have to be careful not to get any on your skin, as it will dry almost immediately and will be very tough to remove! It has high temperature and moisture resistance, making it ideal for almost any application. An accelerator can be used for immediate bonds.

Curious to know where you can use superglue in your application? Contact us and let us know your application and the substrates you’re bonding – as your adhesive ally, we would love to provide our recommendations!

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