- Pattex Superglue Plastic is most suitable for indoor use. Always make sure surfaces are free of dust or moisture.
- Pattex Superglue Plastic is not suitable for polystyrene foams or for objects, which will hold hot liquids.
Roll it off
- If you get Pattex Superglue Plastic on your fingers, it’s as easy to get off as it is to put on.
- You can choose two methods. Either put your fingers in a warm dish of water or rub cooking oil into the bonded skin.
- Then, gently massage bonded fingers back and forth to slowly peel bond apart. Don’t pull or yank fingers apart.
Tips for Use
- The activator can have different reactions to different surfaces. It’s always best to test first on a hidden part or area.
- Leave at least 60 seconds for the activator to dry before applying the superglue. Otherwise, the superglue can harden on the surface before the joint is assembled.
- Remember to apply the activator to both parts or surfaces.
- Bond immediately once applying the superglue (tube) to one of the parts, as no waiting time is needed.
- For routine repairs, you normally only need to use the superglue.
- For best results, apply the bonds at room temperature (15-30°C).