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Pack Of 10 2g Superglue £1.00 @ Poundland

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6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
Always an expensive thing to buy, and always clogs up, around £2.80 for 3g @ Tesco for Loctite though. This stuff is just as strong, yet so cheap! 20g for £1
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#1
This stuff is lethal you need to be so careful with it, if it sticks to anything it stays stuck, use at your own peril!
Voted hot though it's dangerously good!!
banned#2
it is cheap, very thin, like water, tends to stick you to it, rather than anything together

better off buying the epoxy they sell, that is ok
banned#3
Works great (been this price for ages).
#4
Yep have to agree good stuff does exactly what it says on the tin well packet anyway:-D:-D
#5
Good price but I've found a lot of them are dried up by the time you come to use them. Seem to have a short shelf life.
#6
Is it a pack of 10 for a reason....Perhaps to stick 10 fingers together.:whistling::p
#7
I think this deal will stick around for a while. Hot.
#8
Not ideal for sticking on license plates to your car after some **** hit you and knocked one off.
#9
i got these other week,squeezed it and it popped all over my fingers,instantly stck to packet and took hours to get my hands free,i felt like the kid on american pie 2 with the porn tape
#10
ramiuk1
i got these other week,squeezed it and it popped all over my fingers,instantly stck to packet and took hours to get my hands free,i felt like the kid on american pie 2 with the porn tape


That happend to me with a pack from sainsburys, had superglue all over my hands for the weekend.
#11
If only there was a poundland near me!!
#12
Not a bargain! It hardens in the tube no matter how tight you screw the lid and it's extremely thin and leaky. Gel type superglue won't soak into clothes like this will.
#13
Horrible stuff, avoid like the plague! Spend the extra cash and get decent stuff, that you can use again and again because this cr*p hardens in the tube, that is unless it all spills out when you pierce to open! Hate it!
#14
stick with the branded stuff - which poundland also sell from time to time
#15
Let's be careful out there folks......

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#16
I think poundland also do a pretty good 2 part epoxy resin.
#17
You shouldn't worry about it hardening in the tube as the idea with these is that you use it once and then thrown away.

Every branded tube I have had has eventually hardened in the tube, these are ideal for 'one shot' applications. Use it :throw it away. The price makes this possible.
#18
I once used this to glue a wheelie bin to a chaved up Citroen Saxo. A good laugh for a pound - HOT!
banned#19
Ginglemonkey
You shouldn't worry about it hardening in the tube as the idea with these is that you use it once and then thrown away.

Every branded tube I have had has eventually hardened in the tube, these are ideal for 'one shot' applications. Use it :throw it away. The price makes this possible.


True, these are single use
banned#20
Stubee
Not ideal for sticking on license plates to your car after some **** hit you and knocked one off.


yeah but who on earth would think superglue would be suitable for sticking a license plate on?
#21
cheap and bad quality by the branded one
#22
sten
Not a bargain! It hardens in the tube no matter how tight you screw the lid and it's extremely thin and leaky. Gel type superglue won't soak into clothes like this will.


It's a one shot deal, use a tube and throw it away - it's 10p a go!
#23
It's a good price, but the quality of this glue is very poor.
#24
Mascherano
yeah but who on earth would think superglue would be suitable for sticking a license plate on?


Not much choice when your in Alton towers car park and have to drive home to wales
#25
Damnit, I just bought one bottle for £2.99 from the newsagents!!
#26
I always wear glasses as this stuff can squirt anywhere.
#27
turdburglar
I once used this to glue a wheelie bin to a chaved up Citroen Saxo. A good laugh for a pound - HOT!


hahahahhahaha, you've given me an idea!!! What a shout! I HATE the little tw*ts who drive around in their suped up pieces of sh*t cars, with loud exhausts and donk music blasting!! Rant over:)
#28
Ginglemonkey
You shouldn't worry about it hardening in the tube as the idea with these is that you use it once and then thrown away.

Every branded tube I have had has eventually hardened in the tube, these are ideal for 'one shot' applications. Use it :throw it away. The price makes this possible.


yes they are best used as 1 shot,but u can get a pack of 20 one shot glues from asda for £1 in the £1 aisle
#29
Besford
Good price but I've found a lot of them are dried up by the time you come to use them. Seem to have a short shelf life.


+1
#30
#31
Besford
Good price but I've found a lot of them are dried up by the time you come to use them. Seem to have a short shelf life.


I store my cyanoacrylate glue wrapped up in a plastic bag in the door of my fridge and it keeps for years. Keep it away from the cold plate though as it shouldn't be frozen.

I'll stick to buying the stuff in 20g + plastic bottles, because more often than not when I've used metal tubes, my fingers have ended up stuck to the tube because the glue's oozed out of the seam :oops:

I also keep some acetone handy, just in case I get stuck to what I'm glueing :)
#32
siddhant4u


LMAO!
#33
This stuff is cheap and nasty, really runny like water, dries up in days of not using and sticks to ur fingers but not anything else. Is actually quite dangerous as its too runny and come out too fast. I would def NOT recommend:
#34
Gez777
It's a one shot deal, use a tube and throw it away - it's 10p a go!


Rubbish, just do what i do and wait until loads of stuff in the house is bust, then glue it all together at once!
#35
melted
I store my cyanoacrylate glue wrapped up in a plastic bag in the door of my fridge and it keeps for years. Keep it away from the cold plate though as it shouldn't be frozen.

I'll stick to buying the stuff in 20g + plastic bottles, because more often than not when I've used metal tubes, my fingers have ended up stuck to the tube because the glue's oozed out of the seam :oops:

I also keep some acetone handy, just in case I get stuck to what I'm glueing :)


Absolutely right, melted! Whilst the quality of this cheap cyano in tubes may be suspect, it will do the job if stored carefully in the fridge with the cap tightly on - air must be excluded to stop cyano going off. That is one reason why cyano in larger bottles will eventually solidify before it is all used. Toolstation does good value/quality cyano in 20g size in both thin and thick types.
#36
Good price, terrible product!

I bought some a week or so ago, it's too runny, like water, it'll stick to your fingers fine, but it'll only last a couple of days for anything else (the glue failed after a few days for me) so you'd be better spending a little extra and getting something that will actually do the job since this wont.

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