How to glue plastic securely
You will definitely use this trick if you didn't know it before. It will be about how to very reliably glue plastic or plastic parts with ordinary second glue, using one small secret that more than 10 times increases the strength of the connection of two parts.One and the second detail.Connect them.
What is the trick?So, the secret is that around the seam of the parts to be glued, we will put ordinary soda with superglue. The result will be the strongest thickening around the seam. The fact is that the cyanoacrylates that make up the glue interact with the soda. They interact, and are not the usual filler. When these two components are mixed, an instantaneous reaction occurs and the strongest composition is obtained, which is quite possible to glue not only plastics, but also metals. A kind of cold welding. Second glue itself does not possess half the strength, if used alone. Not surprisingly, everyone did poorly hold and fall apart.But with the use of this technology, this will not happen again.
Will be required
- Any super or second glue.
- Baking soda.br>
We glue the plasticProceed. I broke off the sleeve in which the screw is screwed. And, accordingly, I will now restore all this. At the beginning, everything is as usual. Grease the place with glue.
Pros and cons of the method
- Instant curing. Even large drops freeze at once.
- A very strong monolith is obtained as a result.
- Almost any plastic is glued.
- even holes and holes.
- Instant hardening can act as a negative factor, as a result of the fact that the composition can not be poured into the center of the parts to be glued.
- The reaction occurs with the release of heat, which in some cases may serve as a negative.
- Unfortunately, this composition can only be applied to the surface, but there are times when there is no possibility of good sya.
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