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Bondic

Bondic Super Bundle Plus

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Product Description

Invented by a dentist, Bondic® is the original Liquid Plastic Welder, designed to work where glue fails. This liquid plastic doesn't harden until you need it to, so you can bond, build, fix, and fill almost anything. It uses a unique liquid formula which hardens into plastic in 4 seconds, but only when exposed to the special UV light, which means you have plenty of time to work with it.

The Bondic® pen tool fits in your pocket and is simple and easy to use: just clean, fill, cure, and shape. This super bundle includes everything you need to weld fabric, wood, metal, fiberglass, and plastic time and time again. It's basically a pocket-sized, battery-operated 3D printer.

This bundle includes 2 Bondic® pens, a cleaning cloth, storage case, and a PRO LED UV light with 7 high powered UV curing bulbs.

Product Details
  • ColorsOrange, Black
  • Materials
    Liquid Plastic
  • Measurements
    6"L x 3.25"W x 1.5"H
  • OriginCanada

— Warranty: Manufacturer's 1 Year

Bondic Liquid Plastic Welder Kit
— Bonds, Builds, Fixes, & Fills Almost Any Material
— Liquid Plastic Cures In Seconds When Exposed To UV Light, Even While Underwater
— Includes 4 Grams Of Bondic Liquid Per Tube (130-150 Drops)
— Quick Release Cartridge System For Easy Refill Replacements
— Liquid Plastic Refills Available Directly From Bondic Website
— Shelf Life: At Least 1 Year Unopened
— Non-Toxic When Properly Cured With UV Light
— Can Be Painted After Curing
— Withstands Temperatures From -40°F To 302°F Once Cured

PRO UV LED Mini Torch
— Equipped With 7 High Powered UV Curing Bulbs
— Powered By 4 Replaceable LR44 Batteries
— Dimensions: 0.75"D x 2.75"H

Includes
— 2 Refillable Bondic Pens
— PRO UV LED Mini Torch
— Cleaning Cloth
— Storage Tin

Note: Do not use in direct sunlight as the liquid will harden early when exposed to the sun's UV rays.

FAQ
Can it bond clothing (thread) to plastic?

Clothing actually bonds quite well with Bondic Liquid Plastic, the clothing usually absorbs a portion of the liquid which is then cured with the UV light. For plastic, if the surface is roughed up with a shaping tool or nail file, it can create a larger surface area to bond to.

Will Bondic stick to polycarbonate plastic?

Bondic will stick to the surface if it has enough room to anchor on. In the past, we have successfully used Bondic on various types of plastics including polycarbonate plastic. Ensure that the area is roughed up with the included shaping tool. Build the Bondic in layers and then cure it with the UV light. Keep in mind, Bondic is very easy to remove from smooth surfaces, if the surface is rough it will anchor it in place.

Can you use it on sterling silver or gold?

Yes, Bondic can be used on sterling silver and gold. However, as both surfaces are normally smooth, Bondic may have trouble anchoring onto the surface. Bondic requires a rough surface or a wide surface area to mount the liquid plastic. By building up the surface with thin layers of Bondic, you can create a mounting point from Bondic, as it will bond to itself better than any other material.

Can it be removed in case of an error?

Bondic can be removed from most surfaces. For surfaces with a smooth surface, Bondic can be knocked off or picked off if you separate the cured plastic from the surface.

Will it work on a plastic gas tank?

We do not recommend using Bondic on a plastic gas tank, as Bondic has not been lab tested with gasoline. We recommend getting the gas tank professionally done.

Will it bond glass?

We do not recommend using Bondic to bond two separate pieces of glass. In the past, people have used Bondic to fill in chips in glass or even add a filling to the side of a window to make it airtight.

Can you use this product to repair a smart phone glass screen?

Although Bondic can be used as a temporary fix to smooth over glass pieces, we do not recommend using Bondic as a permanent solution. Bondic will act like any normal plastic once cured and has not been lab tested for new touchscreen compatibilities. We recommend getting the screen professionally repaired.

Does this work for soldering copper pipes?

Bondic can work on copper pipes as long as there is an adequate amount of roughness to the surface. Bondic requires a rough surface, where the Bondic can flow into each groove and crevice. Once the Bondic is inside, you can then expose Bondic to the high powered UV LED Light.

Please note that for all applications that require safety as the #1 priority, we recommend getting it professionally replaced or repaired.

Can it conduct electricity?

Bondic® can be used on low volt low amperage circuits. Under 24 V and under 1 Amp. Bondic does not conduct electricity, it can act as an insulator on low voltage applications. It’s a plastic that has many uses but as you would expect there are thousands of variations for plastic formulas and dedicated ones for electronics.

Can it bond aluminum?

Bondic will stick to the surface if it has enough room to anchor on. In the past, we have successfully used Bondic on various types of surfaces including Aluminum. Ensure that the area is roughed up with the included shaping tool. Build the Bondic in layers and then cure it with the UV light. Keep in mind, Bondic is very easy to remove from smooth surfaces, if the surface is rough it will anchor it in place.

Shipping Information
  • Shipping Availability
    United States
  • Shipping Policy
    Standard Ground Shipping
  • Ships In
    2-3 weeks
  • Return Policy
    Final sale, not eligible for return or cancellation