Bondic Review [Insanely Strong Adhesive – Does It Work?]

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A person fixing their glasses with Bondic.

Many of our readers are heavily into crafts and DIY projects, and if that is the case with you, this incredible new invention is one you will want to see! Bondic is the new ‘liquid plastic welder’ that is activated by UV light, and which has become one of the most talked-about innovations in years…

If you use glue often, we strongly recommend that you have a look at Bondic. Bondic has been designed to solve the issues of glue while delivering much better adhesion.

Read on for the full Bondic review + overview below!

 

 

What Is Bondic And How Does It Work?

Bondic is advertised as a revolutionary replacement for your regular glue. And when you have a look at how this thing works, you realize that there is actually validity behind the manufacturer’s claims.

Traditional glue can do wonders in many applications. It’s strong and fairly easy to apply. However, it has a bunch of problems:

  • Glue starts to cure as soon as you apply it to a surface. This happens because the glue is exposed to air. With that, you have very little time to adjust the material so that the glue bonds properly.
  • Glue in poorly sealed or leaking containers gets dry. This could lead to the waste of a perfectly functional tube of glue.
  • Finally, sticky fingers. Glue is VERY DIFFICULT to wash away.

Instructions for how to use Bondic.

Well, Bondic set out to solve all these issues and came up with a formulation that relies on UV light for curing. Here’s how it works in two steps:

  1. You apply the adhesive to the surface that needs repair.
  2. You expose the adhesive to UV light to cure and harden it.

The fact that you use UV light to cure the adhesive is what makes Bondic stand out. Thanks to this, Bondic has the following benefits:

  • The Bondic adhesive will not start curing right after you apply it. This means that you have time to readjust the pieces that need to be glued to each other.
  • The adhesive will not dry out unless it’s exposed to the included UV light.
  • You won’t have to waste time trying to wash the adhesive off your fingers after finishing repairs. Likewise, any messes are easy to clean up as well.

Basically, Bondic solves the 3 issues with glue that we’ve talked about earlier. Furthermore, when exposed to UV light, it only takes about 5 seconds to cure, so it’s much faster than glue in application as well!

Bondic also advertises this adhesive as a “liquid plastic welder”. This technically isn’t true because welding involves melting and fusing two pieces together without the use of any adhesives. The process of applying Bondic may seem similar to welding, but it’s not welding, strictly speaking.

Nevertheless, Bondic’s strength is so great that you may very well be shocked…

Check out the following video to see how a quick use of Bondic can hold over 500 lbs of weight!

 

The features of Bondic.

Other Benefits Of Bondic

Bondic also advertises that this adhesive is:

  • Waterproof. Bondic doesn’t break down from water and moisture, so it could be used outdoors or to repair pipes, for example.
  • Non-toxic. Items that come into contact with food may also be repaired with Bondic since it has a non-toxic formulation.
  • Transparent. When cured, Bondic is transparent, so it works wonderfully when aesthetics are important.
  • Sandable. Bondic may be sanded and polished after curing, which is again great if the appearance of the material is important to you.

Some glues out there also have these benefits. However, let’s not forget about the main advantage of Bondic – it doesn’t cure until exposed to UV light.

So all in all, among the ideal use cases for Bondic would be:

  • Art projects.
  • Repairing various materials, such as plastic, glass, ceramics, wood, rubber, polyethylene, or even metal.
  • Fixing leaks.
  • Repairing damaged wires (though we wouldn’t recommend Bondic for electrical insulation).

How Strong Is The Bondic “Liquid Plastic Welder”?

Bondic advertises that the adhesive:

  • Works on any surface.
  • Is extremely strong.

Are these claims true, and is there anything you should keep in mind when using this thing?

When it comes to strength, Bondic appears to indeed be very strong – stronger than many glues on the market. However, how well it will bond depends on the material and how well you apply it.

Like any adhesive, Bondic will work the best if applied to rough surfaces. As American construction material and equipment manufacturer 3M explains [1], surface roughness is important for adhesives because:

  • Rough surfaces provide additional area for the adhesive to bond with.
  • Rough surfaces allow for better mechanical interlocking in the “joint” area.
  • Surface irregularities may prevent crack propagation.

Aside from that, Bondic will work the best on hard surfaces like wood, plastic, ceramics, or glass. With soft surfaces like leather, it may not work as well, though you might be able to figure out a way to make the adhesive work. When bonded, Bondic gets hard, and if you put stress on the repaired piece by bending it, the bond may break.

Grease weakens the bond as well, and you should also apply multiple layers of the adhesive for a stronger connection.

Also, according to the official Bondic website, the effective temperature range of Bondic is from -40 to about 300 degrees Fahrenheit. Most likely, no household item will ever reach these temps, but you should keep this in mind nonetheless.

Bondic advertises that this adhesive works with metal too, and it does seem to bond it just fine. But in some cases, welding is going to work better. Bondic probably isn’t strong enough to securely bond very heavy materials as well.

So when it comes to the Bondic vs glue debate, whether or not Bondic is better depends on:

  • What kind of glue we are talking about. Some glues will adhere better, but most will be weaker.
  • How well you apply Bondic.

Educate yourself on it’s use, and you will be able to repair glass, tableware, and furniture seamlessly with Bondic.

 

How Long Does Bondic Last?

A single tube of Bondic contains about 4 grams of adhesive, or around 80 drops. It could very well last you for dozens of projects. But for larger repairs, you may need an entire tube or too.

When it comes to shelf life, it’s indefinite. Since Bondic doesn’t cure when exposed to air, it won’t get dry even in a damaged tube. But be sure to keep the adhesive in a cool and dark place.

Are Bondic Reviews Good?

Bondic appears to be highly rated at major online retailers.

For most buyers, the best thing about Bondic was its easiness of use. The adhesive also works really well on small cracks or holes, and it can hold not super-heavy objects just fine.

Is Bondic Customer Service Good?

Bondic’s customer service appears to be excellent. We haven’t heard of any major issues related to customer care, and buyers universally praise Bondic’s customer team for its promptness.

Where Can You Find Bondic Deals?

The best place for deals would be the official Bondic website, especially if you buy several Bondic tubes. Multi-piece Bondic purchases are typically heavily discounted, so you should try to get more than one tube, if possible.

Can You Use Bondic On Teeth/Does Bondic Work On Dentures?

Bondic may very well work as an emergency solution for cracked dentures- according the the Bondic website it is non-toxic- however, you should probably follow a dentist’s guidance on this front rather than going the DIY route.

Bondic was actually invented by a dentist, but were were unable to find any affirmative confirmation that it can be used on dentures or teeth.

Where Do You Find Bondic Replacement Lights Or Bondic Refills?

You should be able to find Bondic refills on the product’s official website. At the moment of this review’s writing, you could find replacement UV lights and refills online. If you don’t find any replacement refills, you could buy a new Bondic kit, though this wouldn’t be the most cost-effective thing to do.

Is Bondic Legit/A Scam?

No, it is definitely not a scam 🙂 Bondic is a well-respected product that tens of thousands of individuals have used effectively and left positives reviews about.

Who Owns Bondic? And Who Created Bondic?

Here’s the story of Bondic’s origins:

Dr. Thomas Offermann DDS never in a million years thought he would enter the DIY/Home Improvement industry throughout his extensive career as a dental practitioner. This all changed when a patient asked him for a syringe of the dental composite commonly used for filling and bonding teeth, to fix his coffee maker. It didn’t take long before one request turned into a 3 Kilo order. When Dr. Offermann investigated further he saw how valuable this substance was, far surpassing its current use, with thousands of possibilities before him.

From that moment on Dr. Offermann was on fire and not a single day passed without discovering a new application. After several years of testing and many extensive formulas, the technical transfer from dentistry to general use by virtually everyone and for almost anything led to the birth of Bondic® and the beginning of infinite possibilities.

From medical to mainstream, Dr. Offermann, a dentist turned visionary, invented a product that is revolutionizing the home improvement world. After seeing the success over a few years, Dr. Offermann partnered with Rob Harbauer to launch Bondic® to the North American market in 2013 and as a result, Bondic® is rapidly becoming a household name. Since then, many products have tried to replicateBondic®, but the products are inferior.Bondic® liquid is made in the USA and non-toxic.

You can hear Bondic CEO Rob Harbauer in this podcast episode or see him up close in the following video:

 

Does Bondic Come In Different Strengths?

No, Bondic is only available in one strength. You can control the strength of the “weld” by adjusting the amount of applied adhesive.

Is Bondic Conductive?

Bondic recommends using the adhesive only on circuits under 24V and 1 amp. Don’t use Bondic in high-power electrical components – instead, opt for specially formulated adhesives that are specifically intended for electronics.

Does Bondic Expire?

At room temperature, the shelf life of a sealed tube is one year, possibly longer. To extend the shelf life of your Bondic adhesive, make sure to seal the tube after every use. Bondic will not get hard from air, but it could cure in the tube if exposed to UV light in the environment.

Buy 3 Bondic Tubes & Get 2 More For Free!

If you buy 3 Bondic tubes now, you will get another 2 completely for free! If you get 2 Bondic tubes, then you’ll get 1 more for free as well!

Each kit includes everything you need to get started:

  • Handheld adhesive applicator.
  • UV light.
  • 4-gram tube of adhesive.

Click the button below to claim your discount at the official Bondic website!

 

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Sources:
  1. “Influence of Surface Roughness”, 3M, https://www.3m.com/3M/en_US/bonding-and-assembly-us/resources/science-of-adhesion/influence-surface-roughness/.
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