Best Glue for Bonding Plastic
Best Structural Adhesive for Plastic Bonding: MMA 500 Ultimate Difficult Plastic Bonding MMA Adhesive
Infinity Bond MMA 500 is a very unique two-part adhesive that bonds difficult plastics like Polyethylene (PE) and Polypropylene (PP) better than almost anything on the market. Infinity Bond MMA 500 is a 1:1 two-part adhesive with a 4-5 minute open time.View Product
Best Super Glue for Plastic : Infinity Bond Rubber and Plastic Super Glue Cyanoacrylate
The Infinity Bond Rubber and Plastic Super Glue is the perfect solution for general purpose bonding, especially when using rubber substrates. Use the Infinity Bond Rubber and Plastic Super Glue for product assembly, general repairs, and O-ring bonding.View Product
Best Hot Melt Glue Stick for Plastic: Infinity SuperTAC 500 Plastic Bonding Glue Stick
Infinity SuperTAC 500 glue sticks are an exceptional plastic bonder. They offer good heat resistance and bond to a wide range of plastics including PP, PE, PET and PVC. Infinity SuperTAC 500 outperforms many other plastic bonding glue sticks while maintaining a cost effective price per pound.View Product
Best PUR Hot Melt for Plastic Bonding: Infinity PUR MP75 Multi-Purpose Polyurethane Adhesive
The Infinity PUR MP75 is a high performance polyurethane hot melt that bonds to a wide range of substrates. It offers a longer open time - around 75 seconds - giving users ample time to set their substrates or bond larger surfaces before the adhesive sets.View Product
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In some instances, a recycling logo and code may not be marked on the item in question. Under these circumstances, you will have to make an educated guess or do a bit of research. There are a few things to keep in mind that may help you determine the exact plastic you're dealing with. If the plastic is hard like a bucket or milk crate, it is likely to be polyethylene or polypropylene. These plastics are nearly impossible to glue unless you choose an adhesive that is marked specifically for use with polyethylene or polypropylene.
Clear, brittle plastics like imitation glass or CD cases are usually polystyrene. A poly cement will work best on these. Logos are made of ABS. If the mystery plastic feels similar to a Lego block, you'll want to use an epoxy. It is important to note that solvent-based adhesives can warp and change the surface of the plastic. This is something to consider if appearance is important.
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