Plastic-Fuse Bonds the Toughest Thermoplastic Polymers

March 11, 2014 by Super Glue Corp Leave a reply »
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If you have ever tried repairing certain kinds of plastics, you may have noticed that most common types of glue have difficulty getting the job done. Most of the time, these plastics are part of a group of materials known as thermoplastic polymers, the most common of which are polyethylene and polypropylene. These plastics can be found in many common household products, including furniture (such as the chair pictured above), toys, sports equipment, containers, and radio-control airplanes.

When products like these break, just reach for Plastic-Fuse to put the pieces back together. While standard Super Glue and other adhesives are ill-suited for bonding polyethylene and polypropylene plastics, Plastic-Fuse is specifically designed for this purpose. It is actually recommended for use on polyethylene and polypropylene products, allowing you to save your casual furniture and prized toys with ease.

Anyone who has used Plastic-Fuse can attest to its strong hold and ease of use. If you have used it to repair any of your treasured belongings, we’d love to hear from you. Tell us how you use Plastic-Fuse or any of our other products today!

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