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Adhesive - Craft Glues Mini Pack Adhesive - Devcon 5 Minute Epoxy - High Strength Adhesive - E6000 Industrial Strength Gorilla Glue Pen
Adhesive - Craft Glues Mini Pack
Set of 4: $5.75
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Adhesive - Gorilla Glue Pen
Price: $7.50
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4 pack of Industrial Strength E6000 and Quick Hold Craft glues.

Excellent for epoxy inlays. Use where you want a permanent, slightly flexible bond.

Flexible, it fills gaps, and it's waterproof.

Best for wood and paper. Can be used to seal porous surfaces.

Hypo Cement Adhesive - Super New Glue Poly Paste
Adhesive - Hypo Cement
Price: $5.95
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Adhesive - Super New Glue
Price: $3.25
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Poly Paste
Price: $5.95
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This type of glue is designed for gluing knots.

Best for leather, rubber, metal, glass, ceramics, porcelain and plastic.

Heavy-bodied adhesive that will not run when applied to vertical surfaces.



Always have the essentials on hand when Metalsmithing or creating Metal and Polymer Clay projects. Adhesives help in many kinds of jewelry making and craft projects, especially in the design phase. Use industrial strength adhesive to attach just about anything to just about anything else: glass, paper, metal and gemstones.

What adhesive to choose

Sadly there is no one adhesive that works in all situations. Which is why we at cool tools offer many different options.

We do have a few guidelines that can help with the success of your choice.

  1. Prepare the surface, whale a smooth surface can be glued, the bond will be stronger on a textured surface one which the glue has something to ‘hold.’
  2. Wash away any oils and dust. This can be done with an alcohol pad. Make sure the surface is dry before applying glue.
  3. Degrease the surface. If an alcohol pad was used during the last step, skip, as the pad will have degreased the surface.
  4. (Optional) Alteration of the surface; some metals are hard to bond such as stainless steel. There are many ways to accomplish this, chemical primers, scorching, grit blasting are just a few. Scorching the surface is easy to perform.