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New toy called 'Bondic' - more super than Superglue!

Post by Pod » Mon Mar 07, 2022 5:38 pm

Do you remember going to the dentist where he shone a blue light into your mouth? Well, this was an expensive way of glueing something onto your tooth using a UV-activated gel! Apparently, the patent ran out recently and an entrepreneur has put together a kit which he calls 'Bondic' to do the same thing.

The main advantage of this is that until the glue is 'lit up' with the UV LED, it does not set, so no problems such as superglue-ing your fingers to the work-piece (ask me how I know!).

I have no interest in this product, apart from its usefulness. I have used it extensively and I reckon it is really good :wink:
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Re: New toy called 'Bondic' - more super than Superglue!

Post by GRNSHRK » Mon Mar 07, 2022 7:08 pm

Now that's pretty cool =D>

No more gluing your fingers together either #-o

I'll have to check to see if it's available in the states [-o<
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Re: New toy called 'Bondic' - more super than Superglue!

Post by hornhospital » Mon Mar 07, 2022 11:04 pm

I'll betcha my friend Eddie (previous owner of my 84 633 and BOTH of my E30s) can figure out how to glue his fingers to each other AND to whatever parts he's trying to stick together. He's famous for Supergluing his fingers to his N scale model railroad projects.
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Re: New toy called 'Bondic' - more super than Superglue!

Post by sharkfan » Sat Mar 12, 2022 12:02 pm

I've been using Bondic for a few years - it really is very good.
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Re: New toy called 'Bondic' - more super than Superglue!

Post by KINGJOHN808 » Fri May 06, 2022 10:17 pm

Great product, just make sure parts that will be fixed together are clean, dry and completely free of dust or grease. It comes with a small tip for applying the glue and the bond is almost instant once the UV light is turned on to cure it. I've used it to fix my rear tail light lenses and it seems to be holding up a year later.

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