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Bionic Bond is an epoxy that will work on a variety of surfaces, both indoors and out. You can use it to repair things made of metal, wood, concrete, stucco, brick, and more, around your house and yard. This epoxy comes in a dual-chamber syringe that releases two resins that will create a permanent adhesive bond in seconds. Bionic Bond is three times stronger than cement, and after you've applied it, you'll have created an airtight seal that will withstand temperatures up to 550 degrees Fahrenheit. You'll be able to use your container of Bionic Bond until it's all gone, as it will never dry out during its lifetime.
By using Bionic Bond, you'll be able to install new fixtures or perform repairs around and outside your house in an efficient manner. You'll no longer need to rely on sticky, weak glue or bulky nails and screws when you need to complete repair or installation jobs. With this epoxy, you'll be able to do things like hang racks and shelves, mend fences, or fix the heels of shoes in a few minutes or less. Bionic Bond will even work underwater, so you'll be able to use it to fix things that regularly come in contact with liquid, such as leaky pipes or shower fixtures.
The cost of Bionic Bond is $10.00 plus $7.50 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Bionic Bond by paying the extra shipping fee of $7.50 for a total price of $25. This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page which was taken offline due to Bionic Bond being discontinued. Bionic Bond may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.
When you squeeze the dual-chamber syringe that Bionic Bond comes in, it'll release two resins ( one gray and one white ) side by side. These resins will react powerfully when they mix together on a particular surface, and will create a polymer that will permanently bond one surface to another.
You'll be able to find a use for Bionic Bond in virtually any room in your house. It'll come in handy when you need to install or replace trim or floorboards, add new shelving to your shower, or repair broken dishes. It will also help you perform yard repairs, and you'll even be able to use it to repair any flawed plastic or vinyl found in your vehicle( s ).
Since Bionic Bond is three times stronger than cement, you'll find that it's much stronger than even the most powerful glue. Due to its strength, you won't need to be concerned that the things you use it to install or repair will fall apart.
Any Bionic Bond that you apply will be able to withstand water without losing its effectiveness. You can even apply it underwater, and it'll create the same permanent adhesive seal as usual.
Bionic Bond's airtight seal will also withstand heat, so you can use it on kitchenware and outdoor objects that are exposed to a lot of sun without worrying that the seal will break down.
Unlike many types of glue, Bionic Bond will never dry out, so you can rest assured that if you take care of your container, none of yours will go to waste.
If you have a stripped screw hole on your wall, it may be difficult to fit a new screw securely in that hole. Fortunately, you can fill in virtually any stripped screw hole with Bionic Bond. After that, you'll be able to get the desired screw into the hole securely, so what it's holding up won't fall down.
Since Bionic Bond will dry much more quickly than glue, you'll be able to complete the jobs you use it for more quickly than if you were to use glue instead. You'll no longer have to stand around holding a certain object against another, waiting for glue to dry, nor will you need to find a safe place to leave a glued object to dry overnight.
The resins that are dispensed from each Bionic Bond syringe are gray and white, so once these dry, these won't be a terribly visible eyesore that'll make an object you've used them on look unattractive.
You can perform many repairs or installations with nails and screws, but you'll need additional tools such as a hammer or screwdriver in order to do so. To use Bionic Bond, you won't need anything besides the dual-chamber syringe that it comes in.
There are various glues that you can use to perform household repairs and installations, but you may end up completing a task more than once due to your glue's weakness. Plus, using glue may make your hands and even your clothing get sticky.
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