Glue for Ceramic
About Ceramic Bonding Adhesives
Ceramic is a unique substrate that can prove challenging to bond when it comes to both structural and hot melt adhesives. When working with ceramic, you're likely completing a project that must hold up to regular environmental changes with a bond that remains invisible and flawless all the while. When choosing an adhesive you want it to be strong enough to create a watertight bond, flexible enough not to snap under multi-directional pressures, and clear enough to not be easily seen - even years into the future.
Epoxy for Ceramics - Chemical & Temperature Resistant
Two-component epoxy and MMA adhesives feature superior stability, temperature and resistance, and curing times. The high stability combined with the ability to resist harsh chemicals and extreme heat make epoxy and MMA an excellent solution in industrial settings for ceramic bonding.
Super Glue for Ceramics - Strong & Waterproof Bonds
Super glue, or cyanoacrylate, is a non-hot melt adhesive and is a great candidate for ceramic substrates due to its strong, clear, and waterproof bond. Super glue can be found in a variety of viscosities, so it can be adapted to fit any use.
Silicone Sealants for Ceramics - Flexible Bonds
Because ceramic doesn't swell and shrink the way wood does, a flexible adhesive like silicone is a great fit in high-stress bonds, such as those in rigid ceramic applications. Silicone is a powerful adhesive, but its high flexibility and long curing time compared to many other hot melts make it a better fit for ceramics.
Hot Melt Glue for Ceramics - Easy to Use & Cost Effective
Hot melt glue sticks are easy to use and cost-effective. Not all hot melt glue sticks are strong enough to take on the job of bonding ceramics. Make sure to find a glue stick that is specially formulated for difficult substrates like ceramic, metal, or glass.
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Best Glue Stick for Bonding Ceramic: Infinity Bond Tough Guy Stick-to-Anything Hot Glue Sticks
Infinity Bond Tough Guy glue sticks are the adhesive you need to try if all other glue sticks have failed. This stick-to-anything formulation offers a strong, flexible bond to just about any surface or substrate. Tough guy glue sticks are great for general assembly, repairs and other tasks that require fast, flexible adhesion.View Details
Best for Low-Impact Ceramic Applications: Infinity EP 100 Clear General Purpose 5-Minute Epoxy
The Infinity Bond EP100 is a perfect clear general purpose epoxy adhesive for many typical bonding applications. It is easy to apply, sets up quickly, and is cost-effective. These qualities make the EP100 one of the best selling epoxy adhesives in the Infinity Bond line.View Details
Best for Weatherproof Ceramic Applications: ASI 55 Hybrid Sealant and Adhesive
ASI 55 Industrial & Construction Hybrid sealant and adhesive is a one-part, moisture cure adhesive that cures to form a permanent, durable rubber for use in various adhesive and sealant applications. ASI 55 has been formulated to offer exceptional adhesion and green strength for adhesive applications and excellent UV resistance and long-term properties for sealant applications.View Details
Hot Melt Glue Sticks for Ceramic
Hot melt glue sticks are easy to use and cost-effective. Not all hot melt glue sticks are strong enough to take on the job of bonding ceramics. All of these hot melt glue sticks are specially formulated for difficult substrates like ceramic, metal, or glass.
Structural Adhesives for Ceramic
Two-component epoxy and MMA adhesives feature superior stability, temperature and resistance, and curing times. The high stability combined with the ability to resist harsh chemicals and extreme heat make epoxy and MMA an excellent solution in industrial settings for ceramic bonding.View 249 Products
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Common Questions About Glue for Ceramic
- First, triple-check that the ceramic is clean so that the adhesive will stick to it instead of any oils or solvents on its surface.
- Next, rough up the areas to be bonded with an abrasive, like wet and dry paper to help the glu adhere stronger and longer.
- Finally, be sure you're using an adhesive that is specially formulated to work on a non-porous, hard surface like ceramic.
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