Bondic

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4

Good product

10/19/2018 by Mary

Don’t get to big of a project in mind. I think that was my issue at first. This isn’t for welding heavy duty items. I found it most useful this way: I hade a ceramic flower pot that had a crack in it, I filled the crack and a little spot that a chip was missing from. PERFECT repair. I had an acrylic makeup organizer with a drawer where the handle broke off and couldn’t find the piece. I used the plastic welder to create a little piece to grab hold of to open. On certain parts of glasses, you can repair, but it doesn’t really last with extended use. It’s good to get you by until you can get a new pair. I do recommend this for light weight repair items.

4

Great product

7/13/2018 by Michael

It works well. I've been able to mend several things that have needed it for a long time. The only thing that would have made this better is having the applicator tip.. I thought it came with this but maybe I was mistaken. I have repaired scissor handles, a refrigerator shelf, a fitbit. I need a new tube now.

4

Okay

5/16/2018 by Reed

Have only used it once. Did a good job.

4

Fantastic solution

5/15/2018 by Brian

Such a wonderful product idea. Great for repairing those difficult to repair hard plastic breaks. Super easy and fast to use. Strong repair.

Only fault is the tube leaked out a bit of sticky goo while stored in the metal case.

4

Seems promising

4/6/2018 by Mike

I used it Easter weekend to repair a cheap Bluetooth speaker/flowerpot thingy my wife bought for the girls. The small speaker inside had broken loose during shipping. This Bondic did a fine job! But on my 2nd project, a plastic chrome-plated shutoff valve handle - it didn’t pan out. I guess the torque of twisting was too much. It seemed to soften this particular plastic, so maybe it’s not compatible with some plastics? Next project will be a small drone that crashed and the plastic outer shell broke...

4

Gadget friendly

7/9/2017 by Susan

My gadget friendly husband was pretty happy to get it for his birthday.

4

Patch anything with this

5/23/2017 by Gina

Bondic arrived quickly and securely. Already, I've used it to repair eyeglasses, a cup, and a dog collar. No more sticking your fingers together with superglue!

4

Bondic

5/3/2017 by Janna

I've not used it very much so my comments are limited. I'm not sure if it's worth having.

3

very handy

6/6/2020 by Laura

worked well, not sure if it is as strong a super glue. time will tell.

3

Worked on some

6/23/2019 by Janice

I had a clock radio cord that kept falling out
so I thought this would be perfect to glue
it in for good but it still would keep coming
out -I did use it for some broken glasses
and it worked

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The Bondic Story

Bondic - Liquid Plastic Welder

Speed of Light

We usually don’t notice how many household items are tough to fix . . . until one breaks. A broken part, even if it’s small, can render an entire device unusable. That makes too much of what we own, essentially, disposable.

But now you can repair that clip or bracket—and almost anything else—with Bondic, a liquid plastic welder.

Bondic isn’t a glue; it’s much better. First, Bondic dries by using the attached UV light, which hardens the substance in seconds. But even better, it won’t dry UNTIL you use the light. So you can figure out exactly how you want to repair a crack or bolster a weak area
and only apply the light when you’re ready. No need to apply pressure, either.

If Bondic reminds you of the adhesives dentists use, it’s not a coincidence. In fact, one of Bondic’s founders is a DDS, and he realized that the fast-drying substance had many more uses beyond tooth repair. Rebuild entire missing areas by layering Bondic. Or fill in a molded area. This wonder substance can even be sanded and painted after it hardens.

Fix toys, eyeglasses, jewelry and more. Bondic works on wood, metal, and even fabric. Use it for craft projects or to enhance existing products, like adding a GoPro mount to a bicycle helmet.

Add this liquid bonder to your toolbox, and your handiness will know no bounds.
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