INSTA-CURE Super Thin Cyanoacrylate 1/2oz

INSTA-CURE has a water-thin viscosity that wicks deep into joints by capillary action and cures in a matter of a few seconds. Surfaces to be bonded must be tight fitting and should be held together while you apply the CA around the edges of the seam. At the moment CAs cure, they give off a vapor that can irritate the nose and eyes, so be prepared. Thin CAs work very well on balsa since they penetrate into the wood and form more than just a surface bond.

Hobbylinc INSTA-CURE Super Thin Cyanoacrylate 1/2oz Hobby CA Super Glue #101
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  • Hobbylinc Product Number: 101
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"Best Ever!"
jessicadvergsten
This has become my new favorite “go-to” glue. It flows so easily and wicks into crevices instantly. No more visible glue blobs. But, be careful! There is a learning curve with how easily it flows! Practice a bit before using it on that important piece.

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INSTA-CURE super thin glue dries within 1-3 sec.


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  • Hobbylinc Product Number: 101

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1 1/2 oz. Bottle


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Cyanoacrylates (CAs) have become the adhesive of choice for most hobby and household applications. High quality CAs such as INSTA-CURE, when used properly, form bonds that in many cases are stronger than the material that is being adhered. INSTA-CURE is a highly refined CA which, combined with its freshness, gives a guaranteed 2 year shelf life. CAs are reactive monomers that chemically link (polymerize) when pressed into a thin film. The very thin layer of water moisture present on most surfaces acts as an alkali, or weak base, which is the catalyst that results in bonding; however, the presence of detectable amounts of water usually degrades the performance of CAs.

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