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Bondtastic is a liquid plastic resin that you can use to complete various repairs around the house. It'll work on a variety of surfaces, including those made from wood, plastic, leather, glass, metal, and vinyl. After you've used it as an adhesive, it will provide a seal that's both airtight and watertight. It hardens in seconds after application, so once you complete a repair, you'll be able to move on to other tasks without sitting around waiting for it to dry. This resin's applicator is pen-shaped, so it isn't difficult to hold, and a UV LED light that helps with the application process is attached.
With Bondtastic, you'll be able to repair jewelry, children's toys, shoes, glassware, leather furniture and other common household items without having to use glue. You'll be able to complete repairs much more quickly, and you won't need to deal with the sticky fingers that using glue often leads to. Plus, unlike with some varieties of glue, you won't need to apply this adhesive several times over to get it to hold. If you wish to repair objects that need to bend a little during use, that's no problem, as Bondtastic is flexible enough to withstand bending without its seal being broken.
The cost of Bondtastic is $14.95 plus $7.95 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Bondtastic by paying the extra shipping fee of $4.95 for a total price of $27.85. This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page which was taken offline due to Bondtastic being discontinued. Bondtastic may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.
Once you apply Bondtastic liquid plastic to a surface that you wish to repair, and shine the included UV light over that surface, you'll have created a permanent adhesive bond. The influence of the UV light causes the resin to bond at the molecular level and turn into a solid, which gives it a high level of strength.
Apply Bondtastic to something that you want to repair, such as a plastic children's toy with a piece broken off, or a glass that has cracked.
Wave the Bondtastic UV light over the surface that you've applied the resin to, holding it close to the surface without directly touching it.
Wait just a few seconds, and the bond created by the resin and the UV light will harden.
Each Bondtastic container is shaped like a pen, so you can hold it in a similar way to a writing device as you apply the resin.
The small UV light that you need to use to help the resin bond is attached to the lid of each Bondtastic container, so it will be ready at hand when you need it.
Each container is no more than a few inches long, so you'll be able to carry yours around the house without difficulty, and you'll be able to take it elsewhere, if needed.
Bondtastic works on a variety of common surfaces found throughout the home, such as metal or wood, and even delicate porcelain or polyvinyl chloride, which is often used for piping. Hence, you likely won't need to purchase any other type of adhesive for repairs once you have this one.
Unlike glue, which could take minutes or even hours to dry, Bondtastic will dry in as little as five seconds' time.
Regardless of where you apply Bondtastic, its bond will be airtight and watertight. Therefore, it'll come in handy when you need to repair things that are normally filled with liquid, such as pails, pipes and certain glassware items. After repair, you won't need to worry about leaks.
Any bond created by Bondtastic is highly unlikely to break at any point, even if you bend the object that you've repaired near the location of the bond.
Bondtastic is clear when it comes out of its container, and stays clear when it dries, so you'll hardly be able to see it after you've used it on an object.
You may need to replace your container of Bondtastic frequently, since each one is fairly small and therefore will not contain as much of the substance as a larger one would.
You can use white glue to repair household objects, but you may find it sticky and smelly, and it often doesn't hold very well. If you choose to use it, you may need to glue the same object more than once to get the glue to stay. Moreover, it can be very visible, which may detract from the attractiveness of certain objects that it's used on.
While glue from a glue gun is clear and almost invisible, you'll have to wait a few minutes for a glue gun to heat up before you do your repairs. If you use Bondtastic instead, you'll be able to apply it instantly.
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I own bondic and the repairs they are showing for this knock off will not work. This is the definition of false advertising. Its not a glue.
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I am not sure I quite get you. You say you have Bondic and not this Bondtastic? Which one have you actually used and how does it work? How do you know this is a knock off and will not work? Please let me know. Thanks.
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