Elastic Glue for fixing flexible objects like rubber £1 Poundland - HotUKDeals
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#1
My goodness, something for a pound in Poundland? Whatever next? They always have this, I bought some there over a year ago.
#2
errrr2
My goodness, something for a pound in Poundland? Whatever next? They always have this, I bought some there over a year ago.


Makes a nice change from something in Poundland being £2,£3,£4 etc

It's getting harder to find something for £1 in there these days!
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sam_of_london

Versatile
No band 20!!
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compadre
sam_of_london

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No band 20!!

No band 20 and Chinese rubbish.
1 Like #5
Gave this a try and my advice do not bother,
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I bought this the other day and the glue had all set in the tube. I would give it a miss if I were you.
#7
lol I wanna laugh so hard
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Hate being negative Ned but; like others here; I tried this stuff and it really wasn't good at all. Just didn't want to stick properly. Now, Poundlands epoxy resin (2 part adhesive) is very good. Will stick just about anything and unlike cyanoacrylate (superglue) isn't affected by low temperature or prone to cracking. Just get equal amounts and mix thoroughly.
#9
Phsycronix
Hate being negative Ned but; like others here; I tried this stuff and it really wasn't good at all. Just didn't want to stick properly. Now, Poundlands epoxy resin (2 part adhesive) is very good. Will stick just about anything and unlike cyanoacrylate (superglue) isn't affected by low temperature or prone to cracking. Just get equal amounts and mix thoroughly.


how elastic is 2 part epoxy?
#10
99rb
Phsycronix
Hate being negative Ned but; like others here; I tried this stuff and it really wasn't good at all. Just didn't want to stick properly. Now, Poundlands epoxy resin (2 part adhesive) is very good. Will stick just about anything and unlike cyanoacrylate (superglue) isn't affected by low temperature or prone to cracking. Just get equal amounts and mix thoroughly.
how elastic is 2 part epoxy?
Yep, I get what you're saying. I was just pointing out that their epoxy was good value and works. Granted, not very flexible though! Hehe.
#11
Anyone used this for cables? I love sugru but just ran out, so wondered if it's worth trying! :D

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