Instantbond is the fastest curing high performance cyanoacrylate adhesive superglue. When used together with the activator spray, bonding time is reduced to mere seconds, at an incredible 5000lb. psi bonding strength which is nearly impossible to break. What makes Instantbond so unique is its ability to cure in as little as 3 seconds, allowing you to use the fixed or repaired item immediately, No waiting for hours, clamping, taping or nails. It is not just simply strong glue it is an instant weld on demand, it's a whole new method of adhesion. Imagine the possibilities. Enjoy the freedom! Instantbond meets the highest industrial standards and bonds most dissimilar materials: wood, stone, metal, glass, PU, vinyl, leather, vinyl, PVC etc.
Best Multi-Purpose Super adhesive for Wood, Plastic, Stones, Glass, Steels, Polyurethane, Vinyl, Ceramics, Leather Repair.
didn't take long to spoil
This product works great, as advertised. Unfortunately about 6 weeks after the first use, the glue had hardened and was unusable. The cap was properly applied and stored properly.
Wonderful product. One has to be quick with all your ducks lined up, before application. Wear gloves if possible. Fumes from Adhesive can be strong. Overall.......great product, will purchase again.
I recently gave this 2 out of 5 stars, as most - but not all - bonded sheets of clean plexiglass on clean aluminum had not failed. Well, 10 days into the project and they all have failed now. For this to be an NRHA award winner means the product works in a trade show environment where instant gratification rules. For the product to fail 10 days after is abysmal.
Not quite as good as advertised
Bought this to adhere plexiglass to a 2" square tube frame as part of constructing a 12'x6' greenhouse. It adheres in seconds, true and a 30"x1" line of adhesive will hold a 3'x8' pane of plexi. Allowing for using the adhesive in short stretches (since it bonds so fast) to seal the rest of the perimeter. But, does it hold? Nope. 1 week later all the seams have let go. I've had to caulk (bond/sealant) and add self-tapping screws every foot. Moreover, even minutes after sealing, drilling into the plexi and aluminum has enough force to pop the seal between the plexi and aluminum, which completely defeats the purpose. 5000 psi holding strength? No, maybe 5 psi. And yes, I know how much adhesive to activator to use. The can and the bottle ran out at the same time, as it was packaged/sized to be that way. End result: I have to pull the sheets off, use caulk, and use screws to help hold the caulking. Or rather, I've added a month of labour to the project.