Bondzilla is a bonding compound made from silicone that's been designed to fill, seal and repair virtually anything around the house and yard. It's purported to be flexible and moldable so that you can customize it into nearly any shape you want. Bondzilla comes in both black and white, and in each set, you'll receive four packages of the compound in each shade. If you're looking to use a gray molding compound, it's specified that you can also mix the colors to get gray.
The cost of Bondzilla is $19.99 plus $4.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Bondzilla by paying an extra fee of $0.00 for a total price of $24.98.
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In most cases, once you've got some Bondzilla, you'll first need to pick two surfaces that you want to bond together, such as a shelf and a wall or two pieces of a broken pipe. However, you can also select a crevice that you want to fill with the silicone compound. You'll need to decide whether white or black Bondzilla will best serve your needs, too.
Next, mold the compound into a ball (or some other shape) that's a size that suits your needs. Keep in mind that if the hole you're filling is quite small, or if you'll be bonding two small objects together, you should use the compound sparingly. Larger jobs may call for more of the compound. You will not need to use gloves to mold this substance, as it's safe for bare hands to work with.
Once you've got a suitable silicone shape made, either apply it to one of the surfaces you're going to be bonding to another or start using it to fill in the hole you've identified. If you're going to be bonding two surfaces together, it's acceptable and perhaps even desirable to break your shape up into smaller pieces and strategically place them along a particular surface.
After you've filled a crevice or have bonded two objects together with Bondzilla, you'll need to wait 24 hours to touch the objects you've worked with again. Following that, you can use them as you normally would. Do not leave the rest of the silicone compound package you've used out for 24 hours, though. Instead, you can transfer it to the included reusable bag for storage after you've done your repair.
This bonding compound is both waterproof and weatherproof, so you'll be able to use it both indoors and outdoors without worrying about it incurring damage from rain, snow or other forms of weather. You'll also be able to use it to repair or install something that's going to get wet, such as a piece that you want to affix to a bathtub or swimming pool. Aside from various weather conditions, this compound has been designed to stand up to extreme temperatures (both cold and hot).
Unlike some glues that are more suited to some surfaces than others, Bondzilla works on a wide variety of surfaces, including metal, wood, tile, glass, stone, and ceramic. Therefore, you may be able to use it to repair each and every broken object in and around your home, instead of having to go get a bunch of different adhesives for different tasks.
This silicone compound has been made to last, which means that once you've completed a repair or installation with it, you likely won't find yourself re-doing your work weeks or months later. A bond made from this compound is likely to last for years, if not decades.
As mentioned, you'll get eight packages of Bondzilla (in two shades) in each set, which may give you enough to complete hundreds of jobs, depending on how much of the compound you need each time. What's more, each package is actually a resealable bag, so you won't need to find another bag to put your partially used compound in to stop it from drying out.
The multitude of cables for the many electronics we use today tend to get frayed over time, but Bondzilla is an excellent material you can use to put them back together properly. Many charging cables are black and white, of course, which corresponds to the shades this compound comes in. By adding some black and white to a single ball and mushing them together in your hands, you'll be able to create a gray shade to match a gray cable, too. For a lighter gray, just add more white, and for a darker gray, add more black.
If you've got tools or appliances around your home with handles that are somewhat uncomfortable to hold, you can make this more comfortable for yourself by using Bondzilla to create grips. By molding the compound with your hands, you can create a padded gripping pad to fit around any handle you'd like to attach one to. You can even do this for sports equipment, such as tennis or badminton rackets.
Since you can use it to hang shelving or to repair a piece of furniture that someone will be sitting on, it appears that this compound can tolerate a lot of weight. On the other hand, if you were to use another sort of adhesive, you might have to be concerned that the bond you made would break if a significant amount of weight was applied.
Some adhesives will dry within minutes, but you'll have to wait for 24 hours for this one to dry. If you were to attempt to use an object that's been treated with it before a day had passed, you might unintentionally break the bond you made. Then you'd likely have to start that particular repair or installation all over again.
No matter whether you use black Bondzilla, the white version of the compound or a combination of black and white to make gray, the compound's not very discreet. If someone were to look at the objects you treated it with, they might be able to clearly see where the compound was applied. This would be especially true with an object that isn't black, white or gray. It would be better if this compound could be clear, or at least dry clear, so it could be more inconspicuous.
Without Bondzilla, you might end up replacing a lot of objects around the house that haven't responded well to repairs done with glue or tape. This compound will give you a viable alternative to those traditional adhesives, though, so you might not have to replace as many toys, appliances or other items. Instead, you'll be able to keep enjoying the ones you have after performing simple repairs with the compound.
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