E6000 Industrial Strength Adhesive 3.7oz

E6000 Industrial Strength Adhesive 3.7oz

Share on Google+
Login to earn Reward Points for sharing!

E6000 Industrial Strength Adhesive 3.7oz

60% of 100
Super Strength!
Availability: In stock
  • Buy 4 for $5.99 each and save 7%

Crafting and Hair-Bow Adhesive

Stronger than glue!

This amazing adhesive is extremely versatile as it bonds to almost every surface. Great for attaching ends of elastic together to make headbands or hair wraps, adhering rhinestones, bottle-caps, flatback resins, and so much more!

We are including a FREE precision tip with every tube of E6000 purchased! You can also purchase additional tips here on our site as well.

From the manufacturer: E6000 is a unique adhesive formulated to meed high performance industrial requirements, making it an exceptional craft adhesive. It is washer and dryer safe and has excellent adhesion to wood, metal, glass, fiberglass, ceramics, leather, rubber, vinyl and many plastics. It's acid free when fully cured, making it safe to use for memory books and photo albums. 1-3.7oz tube.


3 Item(s)

Show per page
  1. posted by Sharon on 2016-09-29

    Trying to glue metal to glass?

    1 answer
    1. Kristi Banwart

      2016-09-29 19:21:31

      The packaging does not specifically state that E6000 will bond metal to glass. However, other sources list metal and glass as bondable surfaces using E6000.

  2. posted by Tom Larkin on 2018-07-19

    Can I glue tygon tubing to the inside of a PVC elbow? The connection will be under water in our fountain.

    Tom Larkin

    1 answer
    1. Garrett Hill

      2018-07-20 12:45:23

      Although we are not familiar with your specific application, E6000 can be used to bond plastics, and it is completely waterproof once cured. Depending on the amount you apply, it can take 24-72 hours to completely cure.

  3. posted by Mallory on 2019-07-11

    How long does this take to dry?

    1 answer
    1. Garrett Hill

      2019-07-11 13:31:27

      E6000 starts getting tacky in approximately 2 minutes and begins setting in approximately 10 minutes. A full cure takes between 24 and 72 hours. Remember, temperature and humidity will affect dry time.

Ask Your Question
Jot us a note and we’ll get back to you as quickly as possible.
Write Your Own Review
Only registered users can write reviews. Please Sign in or create an account