2 Starter Kits + 1 Extra Refill

By Bondic

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Bondic is a liquid plastic welder that can be used to bond, fill in, or even build plastic, metal, and wood parts. Repair everything from toys to eyeglasses to jewelry. It won’t harden until the supplied ultraviolet light is applied, allowing precise application. Strong and durable, Bondic can even be layered to fill in 3D sections, and can be sanded and painted after it hardens.

  • Material: Plastic, Bondic liquid, LED light
  • Comes with 2 full Bondic starter kits (liquid plastic cartridge, applicator, and LED lights) and one extra refill
  • Works underwater and can be painted, sanded, molded, milled, filed, and polished
  • Compact, easy to take anywhere, liquid plastic welder that cures in seconds
  • Great on plastic, metal, fiberglass, and wood
  • Not a glue—works where glue fails. Solvent-free
  • Only solidifies when exposed to UV light (LED included)
  • Heat and water resistant. Also resistant to oils, acids, and lubricants
  • Works best in layers and on clean, rough surfaces
  • For ages 12 and up. Do not inhale or consume. Avoid contact with your skin
  • Made in Canada
  • Volume: 0.14 fl. oz.
  • Dimensions: 7” x 6" x 0.75"
  • Weight: 0.3 lb.

32 Reviews (3.7 out of 5 Grommets)

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This glue works.


I used the Bondic on a pair of readers and it held for about a year.


Loved this!


I bought one for myself and one for my very skeptical brother. He loves his too. We think of all kinds of things to use this on.


Would buy again


Had my doubts at first, then tried it on a crack in a hard to replace sprinkler fitting and the leak is still holding after a month.


A great addition to my glue arsenal


This glue is great for many projects. I've used it to secure felt leaves and flowers on string for a mobile, to repair hummingbird perches on feeders, and gluing on a crystal lovebird that came off of it's crystal perch. the glue worked on the crystal because the light could shine through the crystal but you can't put the glue between two pieces of anything solid because the glue needs exposure to the light to harden. This is a great addition to my glue arsenal.More > < Less


Review - part 2 - Excellent!


This is an update to my initial review where I mentioned I was going to use Bondic to try to repair a small plastic drone that had crashed and cracked in numerous places. I did the repair and it worked excellent. I made generous little "ribs" of the glue that crisscrossed over the cracks in the plastic. Don't make it too high though - do it in layers... My drone is flying high again :)More > < Less

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Bondic - Liquid Plastic Welder

About Bondic

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.