E-6000 comes in a 9ml/0.3 oz tube that contains thick, permanent bonding adhesive. It’s a tough, flexible and highly versatile rubber based compound that exhibits exceptional adhesive, contact adhesive and sealant qualities. It’s washer and dryer safe.
COMMONLY USED SURFACE-TO-SURFACE APPLICATIONS ARE:
- Glass / Rhinestone
- Clay Pottery / Rocks / Sea Shells
- Beads / Fabric
- Ceramic / Wood
- Glass / Metal
DIRECTIONS & TIPS FOR USING E-6000:
- Apply E-6000 directly to each surface to be bonded.
- Allow E-6000 to partially cure 10 minutes before bringing surfaces together.
Note: E-6000 hardens by solvent evaporation and forms an immediate bond that is difficult to reposition after both adhesive coated surfaces are placed in contact with each other and sufficient pressure is exerted to establish full contact.
SPECIAL TIPS: To extend life of product, be sure cap is secured back to original position. Use a toothpick as a disposable applicator for very small applications such as beading. Remove, recap and allow plastic nozzle to dry. Remove dried product from nozzle by pulling out through threaded end and reuse nozzle.
TEMPERATURE RECOMMENDATIONS/LIMITATIONS: Performs best when applied at 70 to 85 degrees F. When fully cured, product can withstand temperatures between -40 and 150 degrees F.
GAP FILLING ABILITY: Up to ¼-inch
CLEAN UP & REMOVAL RECOMMENDATIONS: Uncured E-6000 can be cleaned by using small amounts of solvents such as Acetone, Tolulene or Naphtha. Cured E-6000® requires scraping or cutting away product with sharp knife and use of mineral spirits (i.e. gasoline, lighter fluid, lacquer thinner) to soften product.
CAUTION ADVISORIES OR SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONS: Use E-6000®in a well ventilated area. E-6000® may damage finished surfaces. Avoid prolonged contact until E-6000® is completely dry. Do not dry clean. Always test material samples prior to use on an original project where reversibility is important