Product Type: Loctite in Homeware
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Loctite Super Glue Precision
Member Name: Whizz11
Loctite Super Glue Precision
Advantages: Works well, no mess
Disadvantages: Didn't stick my car back together
We use quite a bit of superglue in our house, from mending toys to sticking back knobs on the cooker that my little boy has pulled off!! This Loctite superglue is described as, "a high performance adhesive which is used to instantly stick together various materials such as china, wood, metal, rubber, leather, card and most plastics." I like the fact that it sticks most surfaces or material types together and the only thing it did not hold was on my car. I had a bit of plastic that broke off from the windscreen visor and I tried to glue it back so the visor would stay in place but it did not hold so that was a bit disappointing but apart from that it holds everything else.
I find this superglue works extremely well. All you need to do is add a tiny drop of the liquid to one side of your item, then put together the other side, hold it for a couple of seconds and then it has stuck, tight. You get such a tight hold and it never falls apart over time which is great.
The superglue comes in a plastic bottle with a long nozzle at the top of it. The nozzle is really handy because you can really target where you are putting the superglue and you don't get a bit glob coming out at once which is nice. This is nice because if you get too much it can get messy and also it leaves a bit of a white trace if you get it all over the thing you are trying to glue. Its much better to get a little drop and then its not noticeable.
There is a long black cap that goes over the nozzle that you put on when you have finished using this glue. I never have a problem with the glue drying out and its always fresh and ready to go when I need to use it again.
I find the bottle is much easier to use than the little metal tubes you can get. With the metal tubes I always end up sticking my fingers to it but with the bottle you get to hold onto something a bit more substantial and I never get any of the liquid on my fingers.
A 5g bottle costs in the £2-£3 region so its not very expensive at all and when you only use a drop or two now and again I find a little bottle lasts quite a long time.
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