UV Glass Glue Is Permanent Bonding,
Crystal Clear And
Bonds Glass To Glass, Glass To Metal And Glass To
In Minutes. This Is Premium Quality Glue That Meets Most
Manufacturing Specifications And Is Easy To Work With.
PRICES That Beat
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Here is the Perfect answer to
Bonding Glass to Almost Anything Permanently. To find the correct
Glue to Bond Glass to your object just check out the Chart below.
Also if you are using any one of the Mark UV Stencil Maker Units (Mark 560, 680 or
1000) now to make your Glass Etching Stencils you can use
it to "Harden" or "Cure" the New UV Super Glass
Bond Glue in minutes. Nothing could
be easier and your bonds are permanent. Read on for complete info. Also
we offer two other Ultra-violet
which do an absolutely great job in minutes and the are at Special Prices.
If you are at all serious
about glass etching or plan to become serious in the future, you need to
think hard about Ultra-Violet Glass Glue. Gluing in a glass-to-glass application
is a very important task in the world of glass etching and is an art in
and of itself. The only way to attach award blanks to bases, nameplates to
bases, mirrors to glass, etc. is to use Ultra-Violet Glass Glue which is
Easy to Use and a Permanent Bond can be done in Minutes that is almost
impossible to break.
How Does It Work?
The first difference you may
notice about UV Super Glass Bond Glue is the word Ultra-Violet. This means that
the glue hardens (or "cures" to use technical terminology) under
Ultra-Violet light. We use and supply Ultra-Violet Glass Glue, which cures via long
wavelength (365 nanometers) UV light. This is the safest form of UV light,
as opposed to medium wavelength (used in tanning booths) or short
wavelength (used as a germicide).
Since UV light is found
naturally in our environment from the sunlight, it may be possible to cure
this glue in the sun on a very bright day but it may take a while. It is not recommended
since it takes much more time than using a U.V. light source.
Therefore It is Best that Ultraviolet glue be cured under an Ultra-Violet lamp
and any one of our Mark Series UV Stencil Maker Units will work as
mentioned above or a U.V. Bonding Unit shown below.
(1) For Glass-to-Glass and
applications we prefer to use UV-GG692 Glass Glue. It has a clear
color, low odor and low water absorption, and works like a charm in minutes
and is absolutely permanent.
(2) For Glass to Metal
(3) For Glass to Plastic
Plastics include acrylic, ABS and
Properties (uncured glue):
Solids: 100% - No Solvents
Viscous Liquid - Clear
Over 200 Degrees Fahrenheit
Low, Mild Skin Irritant
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On Ultra Violet Glass Glue
UV GG692 Glass
Glue is available in Trial Size 1/4 oz. bottles for Testing
1/4 oz. will
cover approximately 160 square inches and Comes in a Re-closable
Plastic Bottle With Applicator Brush.
UV Super Glass Bond Glue is overall a safe product to use. There are
two minor safety
issues that you should know about, however:
Since we are dealing with UV light, make sure to take the proper
precautions. The Best way is simply do NOT look at the UV Light any
more than you have to. Just set everything up, turn on the UV
light and then look away. It does NOT hurt your eyes to look at it
once in a while just as you would the Sun. If you are unsure then
it is best to wear UV protective sunglasses. If you wear prescription
glasses or contact lenses chances are you already have UV protection.
Do not use UV glue to secure any object that will be exposed to a lot of
Water will degrade the adhesive strength of the glue over time, causing the bond
to fall apart. So don't use UV glue on your aquarium (use silicone for
that) unless you enjoy vacuuming water out of your carpet.
How to Use Ultra Violet Glue
UV Super Glass Bond Glue is Very Easy to use. There are 5 steps involved:
Clean and dry all surfaces that will be bonded. Stay away from
cleaners that contain silicone, as they will leave a film on the surface of the
glass and interfere with the bonding process.
Mark out exactly where the pieces are to be bonded together. Take a lot
of care when performing this step; it is very hard to remove
once dry. If you have to, the best way to remove a bond is with heat.
Temperatures of 270 Degree Fahrenheit will soften the bond.
3. Apply a
modest amount of UV Glass Glue to one of the pieces to be bonded. Firmly press
the two pieces together until the adhesive has spread and started to ooze out
the edges of the bond. Make sure that this oozing action takes place.
4. Double check
that all pieces are in the exact location that you would like them, then
go ahead and place the pieces under your UV lamp and expose for 3 to 5 minutes. Please test the time before you try it on an item you would like
5. Clean up the
glass with a razor blade and glass cleaner when finished. The adhesive should
have oozed out of the bond and hardened a bit. This is normal and can
easily be removed with a razor blade.
violet glue will create a super strong, almost unbreakable bond. As
mentioned before, the only way to soften the bond is either soaking in water or