3/10/2016 0 Comments
I have a few items that I have held on to, because I can't make myself throw them away, being as they have sentimental reasons. I tried different glues on them and they would hold for awhile, then fall apart. I pulled them out of the cabinet so I could try this Bondic. This is not a glue, so don't use it as one. It is considered a liquid plastic welder. It stays liquid and only hardens when you need it to. You squeeze out the desired amount and use the UV LED Light to cure it in 4 seconds and it dries that fast. The first time I used this Bondic, I pulled out the directions, to see how to use it. The directions have a lot of information on them, but to me they are so confusing. They have their Web Site that I went to and watched their video. That to me was so much easier to follow then trying to decipher their written directions. With Bondic you can bond, build, fix and fill almost anything, You can use it on plastic, wood, metal and even fabric. I used it on a couple of molded Polyurethane Moose, that has flexible rubber Antlers. I applied the Bondic and so far the Moose Antlers are staying on with no problem. It took me a few times of trying to get the hang of applying the Bondic, holding the pieces together and curing it with the UV LED Light. Once I got the hang of it, then I had no problems with it. If you are particular about any of the Bondic showing where the two pieces are held together, then this is not for you. It has to have some showing in order for the liquid to harden. The liquid is both heat and water resistant, as well as resistant to acids, oils, lyles, and lubricants. This is a Starter Kit that includes the Bondic 4 gram tube of liquid plastic with applicator, one LED UV light, and one *BONUS* 4 gram tube of liquid plastic. I received this for a discount for my honest, unbiased opinion. Click button below to see the product.