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Clear Mighty Glue is a liquid plastic welding solution that's been designed to bond together objects that are made of wood, plastic, glass, ceramic and a wide variety of other materials. This glue is meant to be clear when it comes out of the tube and clear when it dries, so the repairs you make with it should be fairly discreet. Each bottle of this glue, which is about the size of a toothpaste tube, comes with a reusable cap that'll help keep the glue from dripping or drying up.
The cost of Clear Mighty Glue is $14.99 plus $5.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Clear Mighty Glue at the discounted price of only $5.99 for a total price of $26.97.
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To get started with this bonding agent, squeeze your bottle to squirt a bit of it onto one surface that will be involved in your repair. This could be one side of a plastic toy that has cracked in two, one piece of a broken dish, a piece of wood that you want to attach to another, or virtually anything else. You won't need to use a whole lot of the glue to successfully complete most repairs, so you should use it sparingly. Think of squeezing out a thin line of it, as opposed to a huge blob.
Next, press the second surface (the one you want to attach to the first one) up against the glue that's been added to the surface you just worked with. Once you've done so, and have held the two surfaces together for a few seconds, a bond should begin to form. After about 30 seconds, you should be able to release the objects gently and find that they've been tightly fused together.
In order to let the glue dry completely, leave the two objects you've just fused together on a flat surface where they'll be safe from people's hands, wind or anything else that could cause damage. You may be able to use the objects in minutes without experiencing any problems, but for optimum results, it's best to leave the objects at rest for a few hours.
Some types of glue will only work on surfaces that are totally dry, but this type will work on wet surfaces and even underwater. You'll be able to use it to repair nearly anything indoors or outdoors, in any sort of weather, without seeing a decline in its performance. Its ability to work as effectively in water as it does outside of it will come in handy when you need to do repairs involving a pool, bathtub, shower, sink or toilet. You won't even have to drain or wipe these areas dry before repairing them with this glue.
True to its name, Clear Mighty Glue comes out clear, instead of coming out white or off-white like various other types of glue. If you were to use a white or off-white type instead, the repairs you'd make would probably be visible, while repairs made with this clear glue will be nearly invisible to the naked eye. Plus, there's almost nothing more unattractive than having a bunch of white gunk plastered across some object that you've glued together, and with this clear glue, you won't have to worry about that.
Once you make a repair with this particular kind of glue, the two surfaces you've bonded together will stay bonded for years, even if they're subjected to water or harsh weather conditions. That means that once you start using this glue on a regular basis, you probably won't find yourself completing the same household repairs over and over again.
In each set of Clear Mighty Glue, you'll receive two tubes that are both the same size. You might choose to leave one at home and take the other to work, to the cottage or to some other alternative location. Leaving your second tube in your purse, your bag or the glove compartment of your car is another viable option if you think you'll need to repair objects while you're on the road.
If you decide to repair something with a hammer and nails or a screwdriver and screws, this might be physically tiring for you. On the other hand, squirting a bit of this glue onto an object with one hand will be quite relaxing in comparison. If you choose to complete the vast majority of repairs around your home with this glue instead of other tools, you might find that you don't wake up with sore muscles and joints as often.
On a related note, hammers and screwdrivers tend to make a lot of noise that might disturb you, other members of your household or even your neighbors, while this glue won't make noise at all. By using this glue, besides saving your muscles from soreness and strain, you might also save yourself and those around you from experiencing some nasty headaches. What's more, if you like to listen to music or the TV while doing household repairs, you'll actually be able to hear everything clearly while you use this glue.
Aside from repairs, Clear Mighty Glue is an ideal adhesive to use while you're making crafts since it won't be visible after it dries. Instead of seeing beads or lines of white glue on your projects, anyone who looks at your crafts will immediately be drawn to the details of your beadwork, stitching, painting and such. Some crafters use clear glue from a hot glue gun to complete their work, but you'll need to wait for a glue gun to heat up, while this glue will be immediately ready for use.
Each squeeze bottle of Clear Mighty Glue is made of plastic that's not completely hard, so there's a chance that a bottle could end up getting punctured. This might lead to the contents inside being wasted if they were to ooze out through the hole unexpectedly. In order to avoid this type of situation, you'll need to make sure that you store this glue away from sharp tools and keep it away from pets with sharp claws. (Of course, it's a good idea to keep pets away from glue, anyhow.).
Clear Mighty Glue bottles are a decent size, but they aren't huge, which means you'll probably want to avoid wasting even a drop. To get all of the glue out of each bottle that you possibly can, start to roll it up from the bottom like a toothpaste tube once it looks like it's almost empty. If you keep rolling it up more and more as it empties out, you'll be able to use every last drop.
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