This is an industrial strength, high performance adhesive that is ideal for jewelry and beading applications. It adheres to more surfaces than virtually any other adhesive. E-6000 has exceptional adhesion to wood, metal, glass, fiberglass, ceramics, canvas, masonry and concrete. Not for use on Styrofoam. It also adheres strongly to leather, rubber, vinyl and many plastics. It even maintains its adhesive strength when submerged under water. Once bonded, it is abrasion resistant making it safe to use on high-wear surfaces. It also dries to a rubber like softness, so it wont crack and acts like a shock absorber if your piece is dropped or impacted in any way (Vibration Resistant). It dries clear and you can paint on it to ensure a perfect match to the surface you are bonding. Perfect for attaching findings to base metal and costume jewelry pieces. Also, use E-6000 on bead strands to seal end knots and to provide a strong, flexible seal that won't become brittle or damage the bead cord. E-6000 is safe for use with virtually every type of gemstone. E-6000 is not formulated for exposure to sunlight it may be painted over for maximum UV resistance.
Non-corrosive and self-leveling, E-6000 adheres in 5 to 10 minutes, and hardens to a clear, waterproof cure in 24 hours. This means you have about 10 minutes to position and reposition whatever you are gluing. If you are making jewelry, you should let the piece dry "hard" overnight, before you wear it.
- Available in three tube sizes: 0.50 oz, 1.0 oz, and 3.7 oz
- Ideal for jewelry repair work
- Bonds both porous and non-porous materials: metal, plastic, rubber, tile, marble, ceramic, canvas, vinyl, fabric, leather, and wood
- Maintains adhesive strength under water
- Not effected by temperature
- Abrasion and vibration resistant
- Dries clear transparent
- Can be painted
- Made in USA
**Not recommended for use on Styrofoam**
Caution: Contains perchloroethylene. Harmful if inhaled. May cause dizziness, headache or nausea. Can cause skin and eye irritation. Intentional misuse by deliberately concentrating and inhaling the contents may be harmful.