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Everbuild Super Glue 20g Med Visc - Thin £1.19 Toolstation Click & Collect
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Everbuild Super Glue 20g Med Visc - Thin £1.19 Toolstation Click & Collect

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Posted 27th Feb

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For use on perfect fit surfaces where a fast set is required. Bonds non porous surfaces eg most plastics, metals, glass, PVCu. Medium viscosity is for a fast set.



Using this for years for multiple jobs and on different materials. Thought to post it as it won't disappoint you and will save you money.

Also available in 50g size for £2.63 Here
Also available in other viscosities.
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Thanks ordered 50ml
bought 2 bottles of 20ml instead of 50ml so I dont have to open other one until needed. Dont think Ive ever used up a full bottle of glue before it dries up. apparently (from reviews) you should keep it in fridge and it lasts longer.
Always keep in the fridge it will last forever
Quad27/02/2020 07:43

bought 2 bottles of 20ml instead of 50ml so I dont have to open other one …bought 2 bottles of 20ml instead of 50ml so I dont have to open other one until needed. Dont think Ive ever used up a full bottle of glue before it dries up. apparently (from reviews) you should keep it in fridge and it lasts longer.


I am keeping one in the fridge for nearly a year and still good to use.
It's good to know this fridge storage method. I had a 50ml bottle and used about 10ml and after about a year it's dried froze.

Got 3x 50ml from eBay when TCB had a £2.50 off. Will be keeping it in the fridge once opened, cheers guys.
Quad27/02/2020 07:43

bought 2 bottles of 20ml instead of 50ml so I dont have to open other one …bought 2 bottles of 20ml instead of 50ml so I dont have to open other one until needed. Dont think Ive ever used up a full bottle of glue before it dries up. apparently (from reviews) you should keep it in fridge and it lasts longer.



I've used both types of Everlast Superglue and to be honest, I've not been impressed. Takes forever to set and leaves a white residue which is very unsightly. It also does not set very hard - things I have glued have come apart very easily. Some things have set better than others so I guess it may depend on what you're using it on (I can't remember what stuck well vs what didn't). My suggestion would be to avoid as it's just no good.

Aside from that, a tip when using these types of superglue products in bottles like this is to tap the bottle several times on a hard surface once you've finished using it, then replace the screw top. Banging it hard several times on it's base ensures any liquid still in the spout (which could harden and block for the future) travels back down and it keeps the spout part clear for the future. Do this before putting the screw top back on as it needs air to allow it to flow back down..

But avoid this brand - IMHO.
Thanks for posting OP, ordered a few of both viscosity & a can of activator. Heat from me
Phila427/02/2020 10:54

I've used both types of Everlast Superglue and to be honest, I've not been …I've used both types of Everlast Superglue and to be honest, I've not been impressed. Takes forever to set and leaves a white residue which is very unsightly. It also does not set very hard - things I have glued have come apart very easily. Some things have set better than others so I guess it may depend on what you're using it on (I can't remember what stuck well vs what didn't). My suggestion would be to avoid as it's just no good.Aside from that, a tip when using these types of superglue products in bottles like this is to tap the bottle several times on a hard surface once you've finished using it, then replace the screw top. Banging it hard several times on it's base ensures any liquid still in the spout (which could harden and block for the future) travels back down and it keeps the spout part clear for the future. Do this before putting the screw top back on as it needs air to allow it to flow back down..But avoid this brand - IMHO.


Okay, so we know what you don't like - do you have any suggestions as an alternative?

Personally I use Q-Bond, as long as the joint isn't flexed, that stuff will stick anything!
I ordered 5 bottle 3 weeks ago, Good Stufff, Thanks for the advice on keeping them in the fridge
just as good as anything else I find but great price. Top tip of keeping it in fridge.

Also order 81913 at the same time, you'll thank me later
Phila427/02/2020 10:54

I've used both types of Everlast Superglue and to be honest, I've not been …I've used both types of Everlast Superglue and to be honest, I've not been impressed. Takes forever to set and leaves a white residue which is very unsightly. It also does not set very hard - things I have glued have come apart very easily. Some things have set better than others so I guess it may depend on what you're using it on (I can't remember what stuck well vs what didn't). My suggestion would be to avoid as it's just no good.Aside from that, a tip when using these types of superglue products in bottles like this is to tap the bottle several times on a hard surface once you've finished using it, then replace the screw top. Banging it hard several times on it's base ensures any liquid still in the spout (which could harden and block for the future) travels back down and it keeps the spout part clear for the future. Do this before putting the screw top back on as it needs air to allow it to flow back down..But avoid this brand - IMHO.



its everbuild not everlast
Have had one bottle of this for ages. Great glue and personal tip from experience is to wipe down tip/nozzle with nail varnish remover after use and before screwing top back on
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Phila427/02/2020 10:54

I've used both types of Everlast Superglue and to be honest, I've not been …I've used both types of Everlast Superglue and to be honest, I've not been impressed. Takes forever to set and leaves a white residue which is very unsightly. It also does not set very hard - things I have glued have come apart very easily. Some things have set better than others so I guess it may depend on what you're using it on (I can't remember what stuck well vs what didn't). My suggestion would be to avoid as it's just no good.Aside from that, a tip when using these types of superglue products in bottles like this is to tap the bottle several times on a hard surface once you've finished using it, then replace the screw top. Banging it hard several times on it's base ensures any liquid still in the spout (which could harden and block for the future) travels back down and it keeps the spout part clear for the future. Do this before putting the screw top back on as it needs air to allow it to flow back down..But avoid this brand - IMHO.


Thanks a lot for this advice, bought one of these last time and found it infuriating when the nozzle clogged up with dry glue.

Had to keep heating a needle and poking it down the spout to free it up!
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