Glue in principle is an adhesive that allows two fractured parts that fit together perfectly to stick together and become one. However, glue doesn’t replace missing pieces, nor does it provide 3D properties. Glue also cures when exposed to air or in this case, UV light and generally requires pressure between two parts to work. Bondic® is different, it has adhesive properties but it is essentially plastic in a liquid format, you don't need perfectly fitting parts for it to work and you can actually fabricate a missing part out of thin air so to speak so it is truly in a different category.
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HOW IT WORKS
Clean the Surface before applying
Fill in the gap using the applicator
Cure in 4 seconds with UV Light
Shape to your desired outcome
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Frequently Asked Questions
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What is the difference between Bondic® and UV Glue?
Can Bondic be handled by children?
There is no risk of skin sticking uncontrollably and dangerously. Additional heat may be given off during the curing process. We recommend you do not cure Bondic® on skin and only let children over 12 years handle Bondic®.
Can I cancel my order if I change my mind?
We accept all cancellation requests before the fulfilment process begins. Unfortunately, if your order has been shipped, it can't be canceled and will have to be returned for a refund.
How do I track my order?
Once your order is fulfilled, you will receive an order update with the tracking number included.
Can I use Bondic® as an insulating material?
Yes, Bondic® is a perfect insulating material on low voltage circuits only. Please note that Bondic® is not a replacement for solder! Working on high voltage current must be executed by experts only!