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Titebond

Instant Bond CA Adhesive - Gel - 2 oz

Item 149439
Model 6231

$18.99

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Titebond Instant Bond is a two-part bonding system that takes between 5 - 15 seconds to set and 30 - 60 seconds for initial cure. It provides a strong, permanent bond and is ideal for hard to reach joints or surface areas that are difficult to clamp. Designed primarily for wood and wood...

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Titebond Instant Bond is a two-part bonding system that takes between 5 - 15 seconds to set and 30 - 60 seconds for initial cure. It provides a strong, permanent bond and is ideal for hard to reach joints or surface areas that are difficult to clamp. Designed primarily for wood and wood products, this adhesive is also very effective on a wide variety of materials and substrates. The gel product offers an assembly time of 7 seconds and an initial cure speed of 5 seconds. In addition to typical bonding applications, it is ideal for MDF and porous woods and excellent for filling large gaps. For even faster adhesion, the Instant Bond Activator cuts set time nearly in half!


Features:
  • Ideal for MDF and porous woods and excellent for filling large gaps
  • Fast set - eliminates clamping or reduces clamp time
  • Bonds stronger than wood
  • Excellent heat and solvent-resistance
  • Versatile - Bonds wood, MDF, acrylic, granite, natural rubber, PVC and more
Specifications:
  • Type: Cyanoacrylate (CA) glue
  • Viscosity: Gel
  • Assembly Time: 30 seconds
  • Cure Time: 20 seconds
What's Included:
  • (1) Titebond - Instant Bond CA Wood Adhesive - Gel - 2 oz Bottle

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