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Glass glue

Art glassGlass glue, replacing the Canadian balm.
20 g very light rosin dissolve in 100 cm3 of toluene or xylene in a tightly closed vessel, shaking frequently. Dissolving …

Adhesive for polystyrene

StyrofoamAdhesive for polystyrene. Dissolve small pieces of polystyrene in benzene, trichlorethylene or carbon tetrachloride. Dissolution can be greatly accelerated, using instead of hard polystyrene, expanded polystyrene, the so-called. polystyrene. The glue should be thin, because …

Rubber glue

Rubber glue. Dissolve small pieces of rubber in gasoline, benzene or toluene. Dissolving takes several days, even with frequent stirring. The finished glue should have the consistency of thin oil; if there is too …

Bonding polyamides

Bonding polyamides. Their surface is plentifully moistened with concentrated formic or acetic acid and after a few minutes it is strongly pressed. The pressure should be kept for several hours. You can also make glue for polyamides …

Gluing bakelite

bakeliteGluing bakelite. You cannot count on the high mechanical strength of the weld. The best results are obtained, using commercial BWF adhesives 21, BWF 41, bakelite glue L, a for gluing bakelite to metal …

Bonding of polyesters

Bonding of polyesters. They are also difficult to stick, and it is impossible to prepare the correct glue on your own. Commercially available Poles 170 / T and 220 / T adhesives can be used. Glued surfaces should be degreased with petrol or …