Lazer Bond is a liquid resin that goes on clear and will bond virtually any two surfaces together in seconds. It comes in a convenient applicator that you can hold as you would a permanent marker, and the UV light that activates the bonding process is handily located on one end of the device. You'll be able to use Lazer Bond to repair things such as kids' toys, jewellery, glassware, sandals, sunglasses, leaky pipes, and much more.
Total Cost Breakdown
The cost of Lazer Bond is $10.00 plus $6.99 shipping, for a total price of $16.99.
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How It Works
When you squirt Lazer Bond out of its applicator / container, it'll come out in liquid form. However, after you turn the applicator upside down, turn on the attached UV light, and tap it against the surface you've applied the resin to, the resin will almost instantly harden into a solid. This transformation will create a permanent yet clear and inconspicuous bond between nearly any two surfaces.
- Airtight and Watertight
Each bond created by this resin is airtight and watertight, so you can use the resin on objects that may be exposed to wind or water without concern.
Lazer Bond is capable of supporting up to 350 lbs of weight. Therefore, you won't need to restrict your use of it to small objects that will never need to withstand a fair amount of pressure.
- Won't Dry up in Container
Many types of glue will dry up in their containers over time, making some of the glue go to waste. Fortunately, this resin will not, as it will only ever harden if it is exposed to ultraviolet light.
- Can Wipe Clean
If you apply too much of this substance to a surface, or apply it to the wrong surface, you can simply wipe the surface clean and start over again.
- Comes With Carrying Case
Every compact Lazer Bond container comes with its own carrying case that is also compact enough to fit in most bags or tool belts.
- No Additional Tools Required
In order to effectively use Lazer Bond, you won't need any additional tools such as brushes or a glue gun—the applicator will do the job well on its own.
- Useful for Crafts
Besides using it to fix objects around the house, you'll also be able to use Lazer Bond when doing crafts, including children's crafts. If you do so, you'll be able to finish your projects quite quickly, as you won't need to wait for minutes or even hours for glue to dry. Note: Children who use this resin should do so only under adult supervision.
- Ultraviolet Light Needed
If the UV light that comes with your Lazer Bond container somehow burns out or is damaged, the resin will be virtually useless unless a new light is obtained, as it won't harden any longer.
Even if you use a heavy-duty variety of tape, it won't always stick forever, especially if the object( s ) that you've taped are exposed to water. Plus, tape can be seen more easily than clear resin, and this may make repaired or hand-crafted objects look less attractive than they would otherwise.
- White Glue
Unlike Lazer Bond, white glue will take at least a few minutes to dry, and if you're not an expert at applying it, you may end up with white streaks where you don't want them. It can make your fingers sticky, too.
- Glue Sticks
While glue sticks aren't hard to hold, and are ideal for gluing pieces of paper together, the glue within them is normally not strong enough to hold together heavier materials like wood or metal.
- Glue Guns
Like Lazer Bond, the glue that is used within glue guns is usually clear, and dries within seconds. However, glue guns require electricity, while the resin does not, and the fact that they get very hot raises the risk of finger burns.