Zap: The Perfect Adhesive for Hobbyists

October 28, 2016 by Super Glue Corp Leave a reply »
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If you are a hobbyist, you know how important it is to have the right products for your project. Fortunately, with the Zap family of products from the Original Super Glue Corporation, there is an option for everyone.

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Why Choose the Zap Family of Products?

 

Super Glue’s line of Zap products offer a wide variety of options for everyone. Zap adhesives are versatile, durable, and shock resistant. These adhesives are specifically formulated to be used on both porous and nonporous products including woods, such as balsa wood, metal, plastic, and fiberglass.

 

In addition to adhesives, the Zap Family of products include a variety of products to maintain and protect other hobby components, including engine parts, canopies, electrical connections, and others.

 

Uses for Zap Products

 

Between Zap’s adhesives and other products, this line can be used for almost any hobby.

The Zap line offers adhesives perfect for laminating wood parts, filling gaps, detailed repairs, strengthening fiberglass, and sealing parts. These products come in a range of consistencies for whatever strength of adhesion is needed and for minimizing the appearance of repaired cracks. Zap also offers adhesives that are safe for products that can be damaged by other adhesives, such as foam and plastics.

 

In addition to adhesives and epoxies, Zap offers a variety of other hobby-related products. These include de-bonders for adhesive and epoxy removal, track cleaners and corrosion inhibitors, engine cleaners, and thread lockers. These products are perfect for cleaning and securing a variety of surfaces and hobby components.

 

Cleaning Up Zap Products

 

If you need to remove a Zap product from a surface, don’t attempt to force it off and pull adhered objects apart. This can damage the surfaces. Sometimes a razor blade can be used to sever bonds and separate items, but, if not, soak the area in warm soapy water to soften the glue. The adhesive should weaken within a few hours. Acetone can also be used to remove adhesives, but can damage surfaces and irritate skin, so hobbyists should use acetone for this purpose with caution. If trying to remove Zap products from around the mouth and eyes, do not use soap, just warm water. If adhesive or epoxy doesn’t remove from the body within a few hours, contact a medical professional.

 

More about Super Glue Products

 

If you’re a hobbyist, don’t trust your pastime with anything less than the best. To find the Original Super Glue Corporation’s line of Zap products at a merchant near you, consult our list of Zap distributors. In addition to the Zap family of products, we also offer a wide variety of adhesive products with an adhesive available for any project or hobby.

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