Hot Stuff™ Instant Glue

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Part# 01-35500
MFR Model# HS-4


Hot Stuff™ and UFO™ Odorless THIN have a consistency resembling that of water and are used mainly for bonding parts which fit very well. UFO™ is odorless. Those who are sensitive to cyanoacrylate curing fumes will enjoy using new UFO™ in place of regular HOT STUFF™. 2Ooz
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Glue works amazing !

Gerald F
April 23, 2020


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Q: I know with a lot of other instant glues when applied to something dark in color it will dry with a white film on top And I need a glue that won't do that. Does the Hot Stuff Instant Glue dry clear?

Per Vendor: All of our glues dry clear. Cyanocrylates in general dry clear. However, they can turn white when curing in certain circumstances.
1) Using accelerator to cure the glue and spraying too much or too closely. Use a light mist and spray from 8-10 inches away.
2) When parts are moist or have some kind of alkaline substance on the surface- either circumstance will cause glue to cure white. Make sure the parts are dry and wipe down with alcohol or acetone any parts that are not clean.
3) Extremely high humidity and heat- that combination can cause the glue to turn white even if you do everything else right. In that case, you would need to do your bonding in a temperature and humidity controlled environment.
Barring the above conditions, our glue will dry clear.

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