When super glue is actually super

Super Glue is only super when three CRITICAL rules are followed:

1. Parts must fit each other exactly. Additionally, when joining parts, they must be fitted exactly after glue has been applied. Parts must be pressed together as soon as possible after application of the glue. Parts cannot be moved after glue is applied. Do not try to hold the parts by hand if they are small and / or hard to hold still.

2. Very little glue must be used. Applying on only one side is preferable.

3. Use accelerant when needed. Otherwise, the super glue does not cure instantly, and overnight curing is required before load is applied. Note that when accelerant is used, the joint may foam, weakening the joint and making it less presentable.



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