i do alot of crafting, i always need this!
About This Item
Eclectic E6000 Industrial Adhesive 3 fl oz, Clear or Transparent Product Features:
- Tough – 2X stronger and 60X more flex than Polyurethane!
- Excellent for bonding items subject to vibration
- Non-flammable once cured
- Chemical resistant – safe for applications exposed to dilute acids and dilute caustics
- Waterproof – can be submerged in fresh and salt water after completely curing
- Paintable – paint to match surrounding area to make UV-resistant
- Indoor/Outdoor - withstands temperatures from -40 to 180 °F (10 to 32 °C)
- Product is Freeze/Thaw stable (allow to come to room temperature before using)
- E6000 Adhesive will handle just about any project DIYers or pros throw at it.
"WARNING: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer." www.p65warnings.ca.gov
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E6000 Adhesive will handle just about any project DIYers or pros throw at it.
|Assembled Product Weight|
|Manufacturer Part Number|
ECLECTIC PRODUCTS INC
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
1.65 x 4.48 x 8.49 Inches
Customer reviews & ratings
awesomly strong glue
Could put Reebok out of business
This is amazing glue. I am working on tiling a floor, and crawling around on my hand and knees a lot. The toes on my favorite Reeboks started coming apart, I was totally bummed. Glued back together using e6000 and some rubber bands to clamp it overnight. Next morning the seam is stronger than the original. A couple of weeks later a different seam on the sole started separating, did the e6000 trick again. I am getting double the mileage from these Reebok's, thanks to e6000.
Strongest glue on the market!
I literally use this for EVERYTHING - from home repairs to crafting. This is the strongest glue out there.
Worked on the sole of of my sneakers
Can't Live Without
How a home functions without E6000 is beyond me. We use this stuff for EVERYTHING. Seriously just glued a portion of my sons shoe back on the other day to get him through a few more days. I like how strong this glue holds without having a crazy intense smell. It's something you have to wait a bit for to actually set, but once it's ready you'll get a strong hold. We've used it on wood, plastic (numerous toys), and fabric along with a bunch of other random household repairs. GET IT!!
Very Good--Buying Another Tube Already
In my search for a substitute for AquaSeal brand urethane adhesive I tried this product and it works for many repairs, but not all of them. It dries much more quickly than AquaSeal and bonds very well to a great variety of materials. It will not stick to a surface that has silicone on it.
I heard about this e6000 glue on a Facebook page where they do lots of crafts. I wanted to make a cake plate with a fancy glass plate and a candle holder. I asked what they used to glue the two together as I didn't want it falling apart when I was serving cake, and this e6000 was highly recommended. The first tube I picked up at Walmart was the tacky kind and did not work at all. That's the kind you find on mailers that is very flexible and rubbery. I then checked our Walmart by our home and found the industrial strength. It worked great! Bonded nicely and barely shows through the glass. This tube will last a long time as you don't need much. The cost was very reasonable at Walmart. I highly recommend for any craft or repair project.
it's the best
This glue is the best glue out there I have used it outside on a tent because the zipper broke so I glued the side of the zipper that had broke and it's staying so well I have used this glue to fix a broken shoe I have used this glue on all my crafts I have literally used this glue on everything it withstands wind and rain and the toughness of everyday wear it's the best glue ever I will never use another type of glue again because I am "glued" to this glue for sure!!
My go to glue. I have a large household and this is my favorite glue to use to fix shoes. I've used it to put flooring back down. A piece of countertop edging back on.
Why on earth would you change the nozzle size?
Why, Why, Why did you have to change the nozzle size? The glue is great. I always have a tube going. Came home with my 3rd tube in 3 years this morning. I just realized it has this big 1/2" tip it. Why did you do away with the pin point nozzle? Everything I use this glue for requires an 1/8" bead. What am I supposed to do with the big honking nozzle. I think I will return this and try something else.
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