- Product Dimensions: 16.8 x 7 x 1.9 cm ; 18.1 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 40.8 g
- Item Model Number: FBA_SK001
- ASIN: B00QU5M4VW
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 22 March 2018
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- #60 in Hardware Adhesives & Sealers
Bondic Bondic FBA_SK001 Refill, 4 Gram Liquid Plastic Cartridge, UV Adhesive Glue. Bond, Build, Fix and Fill Almost Anything in Seconds, FBA_SK001, Black, Bondic Liquid Refill
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- One Bondic refill cartridge (4g). Number of applications is stickily dependent on the amount used. You can use a drip, a drop a wad and a gob each job is unique to your situation.
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for $16 and "Bondic Refill 4 Gram Liquid Plastic Cartridge UV Adhesive Glue (Pack of 2)" for $10 to test.
The test was gluing a toothpick to a plastic eyeglass lens. The lens was cleaned with alcohol before the tests.
Bondic is slightly thicker than RapidFix but both maintained a dot shape and cured in 30 secs with a 51LED 395 nM Ultraviolet flashlight. Both had a very slight yellow tint that was only apparent on white backgrounds. The tint is not apparent on color or off-white surfaces. The RapidFix glue fluoresced under UV light both during and after curing. The Bondic had a nice metal applicator needle. Both are "refills" but can be used without the original product. They had no noticeable smell and the containers sealed well.
The RapidFix dot of glue pulled loose from the plastic lens on all 3 tests. The Bondic dot of glue stayed on the lens and toothpick broke first on all 3 tests.
I was able to scrape both types of glue off of the lens with my fingernail in an additional test.
A super glue dot on the lens did not maintain a dot shape and did not cure. After 5 minutes I cured it with Insta-Set but the glue dot hardly stuck at all to the lens. Both UV glues stick better to this type of plastic than super glue.
A relatively weak 1200 ft/lb 5min epoxy stuck better to the lens than the other glues but did not dry clear due to bubbles created by mixing.
Conclusion: Both UV glues stuck better to smooth plastic than super glue but not as strongly as epoxy. They are very convenient glues in that they do not run and will stay liquid until cured by UV light. I like the cost per gram and fluorescence of RapidFix. It might have some interesting uses in black light art. Bondic was stronger during my tests and I will probably buy it again since strength is my primary need.
Note that the bondic seems to seep out of the tip if the tube ends up even slightly tipped down. I solved that by hanging the tin container tip up using a magnet on a steel surface.
It worked and felt quite solid. Unfortunately, after a couple of weeks it broke off again at the same point. I removed the old Bondic and repaired it again. After about a week, same results. I tried it a third time and the same thing happened.
Bottom line, easy/good to use but be aware of it may only be a temporary fix.