E-6000® outperforms silicones, acrylics and rubber cements because it adheres to more surfaces with greater durability. E-6000® provides a superior bond on stubborn porous and non-porous substrates like metal, plastic, glass, concrete, rubber, as well as brick, tile, marble, ceramic, vinyl, fabric, canvas, leather and wood.
Just follow these step-by-step directions when using E-6000®:
- Please read all directions before using. E-6000 should be used in a well-ventilated area.
- Surface should be clean, dry, and free from dirt. For best results, roughen surface before use. Best when used between 70 °F (21 °C) and 85 °F (29 °C).
- Always test a small area to ensure proper application technique and dry time.
- Amazing E-6000 directly to each surface to be bonded or repaired. Allow E-6000 to partially cure, 5-10 minutes, before bringing surfaces together. E-6000 hardens by solvent evaporation and forms an immediate bond that is difficult to reposition after both adhesive-coated surfaces are placed in contact with each other and sufficient pressure is exerted to establish full contact.
- For maximum strength, allow to dry for 48 hours. Cure time increases with lower temperatures and decreases with higher temperatures.
- Keep threads at the neck of the tube free of E-6000 residue. To ensure easy cap removal, apply a thin coat of petroleum jelly to the threads of the tube before replacing the cap.
- Clean uncured adhesive with small amounts of acetone or naphtha; the adhesive will ball up and brush off. Cured material may be removed by cutting or scraping.
- Store unused Amazing E-6000 at room temperature with cap tightened.
NOTE: E-6000 may damage finished surfaces. Avoid such contact until E-6000 is completely dry.
- Industrial-strength single component adhesive.
- Bonds to glass, wood, plastics, tin, metal, ceramic, cement, rubber, vinyl, leather, fabric and many more.
- Dries clear.
- Photograph safe.
- Safe for repeated washing and drying.
- Withstands heat up to 150 °F / 66 °C.
- Decorate glass bottles with plastic, metal and wood.
- Affix beads to vases.
- Assemble silk or plastic floral arrangements.
- Decorate wood frames with fabric.
- Create unique jewelry with metal findings.
- Assemble wooden birdhouses.
- Repair wooden or ceramic planters.
- And much more!